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Jupiter

Jupiter
Jupiter
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clock 2014-03-28 0 comment(s)

Quote This was the last night for this season as the nights are turning way too bright to do any astrophotography. We were up the whole night from ~20.00 to ~04.00. This night me and Leif were joined by Peter R which we hade a great time with! The sky was exceptionally stable and clear this night. The last time I remember it being this good was around 10+ years ago during a night on my mothers balcony when both Jupiter and Saturn were fabulous, it was the same this night! I borrowed a red filter from Peter R which made a huge difference in the final picture. 42FPS with shutter 28.87ms. 355 stacks out of 3554. Quote

Date: 2014-03-28 / 20:17:00 UTC
Location: Ekerö, Sweden
Temperature: -2 °C
Telescope: Meade LX50 10" SCT
Camera: QHY5L-II-M
Mount: Skywatcher NEQ6 Pro Synscan
Other info: Red filter
Processing: Captured in Firecapture, stacked in AutoStakkert, processed in Photoshop CS6

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