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Quote:Did you re-image the moons and make a composite image or is the detail seen on the moons in the original stack? I am very impressed with the details you captured! If this is an image during bad seeing, I cannot wait to see images in good seeing.
Quote:ZZ, fantastic results especially under those conditions! For a 10" dob, your image quality is absolutely outstanding. Any chance to post some pictures of your scope? You must have a perfect mirror. Thanks for postingRegards,Steve
Quote:That is a fantastc image and these moons are incredible!Did you capture with ROI?
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Quote:Hi ZouVery impressive, even though through bad seeing conditions!I know everyone is curious as to your equipment, as you indicate a high quality 10 inch Dobsonian, but I still fail to see what mention of camera that you are using. Can you tell us a little about the camera?
Quote:Quote:Did you re-image the moons and make a composite image or is the detail seen on the moons in the original stack? I am very impressed with the details you captured! If this is an image during bad seeing, I cannot wait to see images in good seeing. As I said,only Eur at its position,it capture with Jupiter. Others re-image and composite. Here is the picture from Stellarium, you can compare them. They are not exact,but similar. For example,Cal(right) faraway from Jupiter,I took them very near.
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Quote:In a recent one I thought it was due to the actual "smearing" of details from the seeing conditions you reported: to me it is most noticeable in the various coloured sections within Jupiter's bands...there is a "uniformity" to the lighter & darker sections without any "grading" in or between each of these or the main edges either.Are you able to comment upon this here - I appreciate that although your English is far superior to my Mandarin it might be a difficult task but I'd like to know your thoughts if possible.....