Most used stuff:
AT72ED, 10" custom Newt, Baader Maxbright BV,
Canon 1D & 70-200 1:4L, Pentax 8x40 PCF WP2
150mm MCT f/13, 31% CO
"People say I'm in denial. I disagree."
Quote:You know, George and Dean were commenting on a yellowish hue in the NTrZ. I had seen a bit of hue there, but took it to be more ruddy.
Indeed, on closer inspection, Jupiter's EQ zone does have a bit of yellow-buff hue, and the NTrZ has a touch of it, too. So see some yellow (but, maybe not that much) in Jupiter is not surprising, especially with some aperture.
So, Jupiter is kind of cream or flax yellow, and it's not your fault.
Michael Rosolina Celestron CGE Pro 1400 f/11 SCT 1980 Orange Tube C8 f/10 SCT 108mm f/4.2 Astroscan Reflector 50mm f/10 Galileoscope 40mm PST f/10 APM Germany HD 15x70 binoculars Canon 12x36 IS II binoculars Mark I Eyeball My CN Gallery
Quote:so I went directly for a color drawing
Clear skies / "Bright skies aren't empty skies" (James Mallaney)
My best solar system sketches / My deep sky sketches
Quote:Quote:so I went directly for a color drawingMust be really tricky!
Quote:OK, what about that?
Quote:Quote:OK, what about that?
You tell us? Is that more accurate?
Quote:Maybe try to sketch the preceding edge first, since those details will be gone in short order or fade into the limb darkening. You can always catch up with the trailing details as they cross the planet.