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    Default Re: 1st try at Saturn and Jupiter



    As mentioned Geeth, very nice indeed!
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    Default Re: 1st try at Saturn and Jupiter

    Beautiful sharp images. Really well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peppy2 View Post
    Very nice, well done.
    thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by sdbodin View Post
    Really good, and with a DSO scope! Both these planets are too far south from my latitude for the next few years, so I'll not even point my scopes at them.

    Nice images,
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    thank you. one of the good things living near equator is planets eventually rising to the top.

    Quote Originally Posted by Juno16 View Post
    Those are absolutely beautiful images, geethq!

    Saturn is particularly striking!

    I would definitely say that the planets were the saving grace for the night.

    Thanks for sharing,

    Jim
    thank you! yes, now i'm interested in planet imaging. if it was not for that night i was not going to try them anytime soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabby76 View Post
    Great job with the images!
    thank you!
    Quote Originally Posted by Mirrorgirl View Post
    Well done mate I wish I could take some lovely images of Jupiter and Saturn as well as yours you should frame them and be really proud am glad your night turned out ok...thanks for sharing I really injoyed looking at them


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    Quote Originally Posted by dmdmtr View Post
    Great images! Well done!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by j.gardavsky View Post
    Hello Geeth,

    that's an excellent first try!
    It looks to me like not only Cassini, but also maybe Encke, and structures in the B ring in Saturn.

    Thank you,

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    thank you JG!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozypic View Post
    wow they are great first trys for sure. congratulations. Thanks for sharing them
    thank you!
    Quote Originally Posted by bladekeeper View Post
    Very nice Geeth! Saturn is especially tack sharp!
    thank you Bryan!
    Quote Originally Posted by Gmetric View Post
    As mentioned Geeth, very nice indeed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by STEVE333 View Post
    Beautiful sharp images. Really well done.

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    Default Re: 1st try at Saturn and Jupiter

    Wow, for a first try, that's incredibly good... Not that I have ever tried myself. But, you know, just saying.

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    Default Re: 1st try at Saturn and Jupiter

    Nice for a first try you are either very good or lucky , well done great images Saturn is incredible cant wait for the next ones
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    Well done!
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