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Jupiter animations and more! 1/8/13

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#1 zAmbonii

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 10:28 PM

Seeing wasn't really good, but gotta see what this camera does in all conditions! Here are a couple of animations from the captures that I ended up with. I increased the ROI to capture the three moons, but I didn't do it soon enough to capture them exactly in line :(.

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Jupiter and moons 1/8/13 by zAmb0ni, on Flickr

Here is an animation from all of the good captures. I had to throw some out at the end because the seeing deteriorated really bad. Note, it was very windy with winds at like 15mph and gusts to around 20mph. Click on the image to see the animation!

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Jupiter animation 1/8/13 by zAmb0ni, on Flickr

After capturing Jupiter, I didn't really want to waste some relatively clear skies, so I tried the camera out on deep space stuff. There was no guiding on any of these images, and I had to throw out a lot of subs because of smearing. The C8 at f/10 isn't the greatest choice for imaging, but I do want to try the camera out on my 6" f/5 to see what it does also.

These are all stacks of 30s captures with dark frames subtracted out.

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Eskimo Nebula by zAmb0ni, on Flickr

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Trapezium Region by zAmb0ni, on Flickr

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Messier 81 by zAmb0ni, on Flickr

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NGC2903 by zAmb0ni, on Flickr

#2 BKBrown

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 10:34 PM

Good stuff zA! Looks like you had better seeing than we did, very nice still and animation :grin:

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#3 wenjha

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 12:24 AM

Very good and nice try!
I saw the DS imaging potiential of ASI120MC






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