Tag: Szaturnusz

Orbiting around Saturn

Saturn’s moons

I imaged the moons of Saturn with a difference of about an hour. They moved :)

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Saturn 2018-09-20

The same file, two different processings. Raw data obtained with N 150/750, barlow, ADC, tubes, ASI 224 MC, 2% of 40k frames.

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Some Saturn Pictures

Some Saturn images with the N 150/750 + ASI 224 MC gear.

2018.09.12. 20 34 07

2018.09.12. 20 34 07

2018.09.12. 20 34 07

2018.09.12. 20 34 07

2018.09.12. 20 34 07

2018.09.12. 20 34 07

2018.09.14. 20 42 08

2018.09.14. 20 42 08

2018.09.14. 20 22 49

2018.09.14. 20 22 49

2018.09.14. 20 22 49

2018.09.14. 20 22 49

2018.09.14. 20 22 49

2018.09.14. 20 22 49

2018.09.16. 17 13 37Z

2018.09.16. 17 13 37Z

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Saturn, Mars 2018-09-08

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Saturn reprocessed

Saturn 2018-09-02

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Saturn’s Moons, and some star – 2018-09-02

While recording the planet, I also exposed a few frames for the moons. Then I used Stellarium to align the properly exposed planet to the rather noisy background. The outcome had a surprise too, a 10.15m star I failed so far to identify. Below I show the steps of the process the picture went through from the stack, via composing, to the final image. Mimas is more like a wishful thinking — there are some lighter pixels there though –, but Enceladus is clearly there. The moons on the final picture are from the pixels of the original recording, the Stellarium layer was nothing but a guiding tool.

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Saturn – 2018-08-03-04

Saturn

From very bad to almost good seeing conditions, it was everything in just a few seconds. I used the N 150/750 on the HEQ5 with the ASI 224 MC camera.

Another processing approach

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Planetary images from the long weekend

ε Lyrae

Using the N 150/750 on the HEQ5 and the Scopium webcam, I obtained the following frames. Do note that planetary imaging means a technic – many frames, a 1-2 minutes long video of short frames, stacked -, essentilly lucky imaging, so planetary does not mean a target type. Just sayin’ :P

The clouds obscured the occultation of Porrima, so next time.

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Some Solar System

Sunspot 2661

A few clear hours, in conjunction with my free time, allowed me to take some photos: the Sun, the Moon, Jupiter and Saturn. I still could not find Enceladus. The setup: N150/750 and MC 102/1300 on the HEQ5, Scopium and CCD Labs Q-Guide webcam.

 

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Saturn, ε Lyrae, β Cygni

Saturn

Saturn

Rendhagyó módon derült este volt, hát fotóztam. A HEQ5 pro állványra került a 150/750-es tubus a scopium webkamerával.

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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.).