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Jupiter 3D – 2020-09-10

This is a cross-eye 3D rendition of the data captured on 2020-09-10 at around 19:07Z, both frames a stack of 90 seconds, with only two seconds apart. HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, automated filter wheel, Baader IR-pass 650 filter, ASI 462MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher The frames are arranged so that Io does indeed look to be closer to the viewer.

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Io, Callisto 2020-09-21

HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, automated filter wheel, ASI 462MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher

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Jupiter, Ganymede, Io 2020-08-29

HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 462MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher

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Jupiter and Io – 2020-08-09

Frames of 1:28 with 2 seconds gap, 2020-08-09-1919Z — 2020-08-09-2111Z. HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 224MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher

Jupiter and Io, 2020-08-09

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Jupiter and Io 2020-07-02

2020-07-01-2323Z

HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 224MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher

(tovább…)

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Vénusz, Jupiter, Szaturnusz 2020-05-07-08

OIII-CaK bicolor

Venus: EQ3, soapbox, N150/750, CaK + OIII, ASI 178MM c

Jupiter, Saturn: balcony-observatory, HEQ5, soapbox, N250/1200, ADC, ASI 224MC c

(tovább…)

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Jupiter family portrait 2019-09-02

Using the data acquired on 2019-09-02, I put together this nice animation.

(tovább…)

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Jupiter, Io 2019-09-01, another take

This is another image I processed from the set acquired a month ago. The bad weather that’s likely coming and the planets season ending, and some unwanted free time, I am going through my database for images to process.

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Jupiter and Io – 2019-10-01

Luckily — no luck actually, damn hard work — my gear HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 224MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher is so automated that all I have to do is flip some switches and turn the tube towards the target. The rest can be done even from the bed.

2019-10-01, 7PM local time

 

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Io, Jupiter, Europa 2019-09-22

It wasn’t a surprise that I caught Jupiter, for I was cooling the telescope for quite a while before sunset, but it was a nice surprise to see Europa’s shadow departing — reminding me of the good old times of this year’s  Jupiter season when the planet was visible for several hours (though still as low as it can get, above the city’s turbulent air). HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 224MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher Photo taken at 19:21 local time with the Sun just behind the hills to the west of the city.

Io; Jupiter, Europa

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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.).