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Planetary images

ASI 224MC, TSO ADC, N250/1200, HEQ5 as usual. Seeing: bad, as usual.

Jupiter, GRS

Jupiter, GRS

Jupiter and family

Jupiter and family

Saturn

Saturn

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Jupiter full rotation assembled

I used winjupos to assemble a full rotation of the planet. The raw input was obtained during two nights.

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Seeing, not handled by stacking

One might think that a planetary image, through stacking, lacks major distortions. Nope, those distortions are still there. Below are two successive videos, 1:40 each. ASI 224MC, TSO ADC, N250/1200, HEQ5

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Jupiter 2019-05-27

ASI 224MC, TS Optics ADC, Barlow, N 250/1200, HEQ5

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Saturn 2019-05-27

ASI 224MC, TS Optics ADC, Barlow, N 250/1200, HEQ5 – the usual.

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Jupiter 2019-05-24

All with the usual gear: ASI 224MC, TS Optics ADC, Barlow, N 250/1200, HEQ5

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Saturn 2019-05-11

ASI 224MC, TS Optics ADC, Barlow, N 250/1200, HEQ5

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Jupiter – 2015-02-12, that great night

It was a great night. The best seeing and conditions I have ever recorded a planet, to date. And it was when Io cast its shadow onto Ganymede, making the moon go partially dark.

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before

before

during

during

after

after

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Jupiter-nostalgia, 2015-02-12

Perhaps the best seeing of my amateur astronomer life, Jupiter very high up on the sky, and Io eclipsing the Sun from Ganymede. With a … webcam, N 150/750 on an EQ3. Remember, jovial dance.

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Jupiter’s family 2019-05-11

During this morning, Ganymede played hide and seek, emerging from Jupiter’s shadow, just to disappear again, behind Jupiter’s limb. I used my usual planetary setup, ASI 224MC, TS Optics ADC, Barlow, N 250/1200, HEQ5 installed in my  balconic-balcanic improvised observatory. The seeing was, this time, good to very good, with Saturn’s Cassini gap visible on the live view images, and Jupiter GRS also obvious on the live view. It’s mostly not the case, I must add. The moons are Io, Ganymede and Europa. Ganymede was part of the original recording (it was in the ROI selected for the planet), while Io and Europa are composited onto the image.

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Jól kalibrált monitoron mindegyik számnál elkülönülő árnyalat látszik. Ha mégsem látszanak, akkor a megjelenített képek színhiányosan rajzolódnak ki. A monitort valószínűleg kalibrálni kell.

You should see distinct shades for each number. If those shades are not clearly visible, the displayed pictures will lack accuracy. Your display most likely needs to be calibrated (brightness, gamma, contrast etc.).