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sulcis2000
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Jupiter 2012.11.03 with C14HD. Poor seeing.
      #5503443 - 11/04/12 06:20 AM Attachment (62 downloads)

Jupiter 2012.11.03
Celestron C14HD + GM2000 10 micron by Unitronitalia
Barlow 2X C.Zeiss (FL=10.500mm)
RGB Astrodon Filter
Basler acA640 mono
Seeing 5/10
Transp 9/10

Ciao

Alessandro Bianconi
Dolianova (Italy)


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Kokatha man
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Re: Jupiter 2012.11.03 with C14HD. Poor seeing. new [Re: sulcis2000]
      #5503472 - 11/04/12 06:55 AM

Well Alessandro, I don't mean to be rude, but I have 2 comments to make...

Another good image - congratulations!

"Poor seeing" or 5/10 - sorry bro, but that's simply unbelievable imho, fullstop!

.....unless of course your imaging site is consistently around 8+/10 and you're actually referring to some "relative" appraisal apropos this...


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sulcis2000
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Re: Jupiter 2012.11.03 with C14HD. Poor seeing. new [Re: Kokatha man]
      #5503515 - 11/04/12 08:22 AM

Tks "kokatha man". I usually use "derotation metod" so I can choose 500/600 frames of 3000 for every channel.
So with derotation you are able to choose only best frames and you are able to elaborate a raw composed only by best frames.
However, I estimate the average seeing with a 5/10.

When I estimate seeing 7/10 or 8/10 means that seeing is good/very good and all frames of avi are really good.
Ciao

Alessandro


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oldstargazer
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Re: Jupiter 2012.11.03 with C14HD. Poor seeing. new [Re: sulcis2000]
      #5503616 - 11/04/12 09:20 AM

Looking really good!

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mikotoy
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Re: Jupiter 2012.11.03 with C14HD. Poor seeing. new [Re: oldstargazer]
      #5503906 - 11/04/12 01:15 PM

Even with your, I'm sure relatively poor seeing conditions, your images are amazing.

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DynamicUniverse
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Re: Jupiter 2012.11.03 with C14HD. Poor seeing. new [Re: mikotoy]
      #5504150 - 11/04/12 03:55 PM

Excellent shot! I'd take seeing like that any day.

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Kokatha man
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Re: Jupiter 2012.11.03 with C14HD. Poor seeing. new [Re: sulcis2000]
      #5504230 - 11/04/12 05:02 PM

Quote:

Tks "kokatha man". I usually use "derotation metod" so I can choose 500/600 frames of 3000 for every channel.
So with derotation you are able to choose only best frames and you are able to elaborate a raw composed only by best frames.
However, I estimate the average seeing with a 5/10.

When I estimate seeing 7/10 or 8/10 means that seeing is good/very good and all frames of avi are really good.
Ciao

Alessandro




No worries Alessandro, I understand your rationale.


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Re: Jupiter 2012.11.03 with C14HD. Poor seeing. new [Re: sulcis2000]
      #5504533 - 11/04/12 08:44 PM

Still a very nice image despite the conditions Alessandro! Hope you get some of your great seeing for opposition. That will really be impressive!

Glenn


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