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    Default A fairly early Jupiter



    Its been staring at me every morning and i couldnt help it. Nothing special, was an interesting capture. Cant wait for this baby to get higher and closer
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    Default Re: A fairly early Jupiter

    Great image of Jupiter with fine detail!
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    Default Re: A fairly early Jupiter

    Terry that's an awesome image. Stellar detail and banding. Kudos
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    Default Re: A fairly early Jupiter

    Very nice Jupiter!
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    Default Re: A fairly early Jupiter

    Well done, very nice.
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    Default Re: A fairly early Jupiter

    Gorgeous Terry! Just plain ol' awesomeness!
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    Incredible shot!!! Nice job!
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    Default Re: A fairly early Jupiter

    Very nice!
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    Great detail! Well done!
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    Looks great! I cannot wait for Jupiter to rise earlier.
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