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    Default Saturn april 28th poor seeing





    One of these days there will be decent seeing. Of course I'll probably miss it, but for now this is the first poor quality Saturn image I've produced in a while.

    I think in the next couple of years when the rings fully open up I will take a trip to the southern hemisphere and get a decent image.
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    I suspect this is with your C11 and DMK.

    I like it as it is, pleasing to the eye, not over processed.

    I'm sure the seeing will improve eventually,
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    You can still see the Cassini division pretty good.

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