The early evening, still blue sky has its own charm, when it lets through the planets. The Jupiter season is kinda over, but it’s still possible to capture good frames. On the second one, the blue sky is subtracted and the gamma is adjusted to compensate for the lost brightness. 20:01 local time, HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 224MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher

Jupiter, Io

Jupiter, Io – the sky is subtracted, gamma adjusted

After PIPP (centering Jupiter in the otherwise offset and smaller image) and AS2, this went into Registax:

 2019.09.01. Jupiter io 2019-09-01-1701 3 pipp g4 ap1

2019.09.01. Jupiter io 2019-09-01-1701 3 pipp g4 ap1

this blue comes from another white balance

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