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    Default Jupiter 2017-04-08



    First jupiter for this year. Finally i can test my Celestron C9,25 with normal conditions seeing. This is my first picture with rgb filters. isn't was simple coordinate the video with the moment of filters change , so i did videos of 75 sec and i had 15 sec for changing my filters and reset exposition and gain.
    I taken about 50 minuts of datas and i derotated all with winjupos. In the picture you can see the RGB and every channel

    I hope to find better seeing next days!
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    Default Re: Jupiter 2017-04-08

    Hello Michael,

    this is an amazing result on Jupiter, and the RGB captures are very helpful for the visual people to choose the filters!
    Bookmarked.
    Thanks for sharing,

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    Default Re: Jupiter 2017-04-08

    Great images, Michael - very impressive! Thanks for posting
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    Default Re: Jupiter 2017-04-08

    Very nice results, I was surprised at how the spot all but disappears under the red filter!
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    It almost looks like the R and B channels are swapped...
    Note the blue swirls in the upper center...
    Awesome images.. All 4 are superb! Very weird effect though...
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    Default Re: Jupiter 2017-04-08

    A great image Michael, very well done!
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    Hmmmm... Never seen that before. I like it a lot.

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