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Astrophotography and Sketching >> Sketching

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Heidescoper
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Reged: 11/21/10

Loc: Niedersachsen, Germany
Jupiter November 5, 2012
      #5508494 - 11/07/12 02:58 PM Attachment (45 downloads)

hi all,

finally better seeing.
Now I saw details inside the NEB.
here my results:

5.Nov. 2012, 22:00 UT,
253/1502mm Dobson, V 215x without filters
I 143° II 316°

Bye
Christian


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Heidescoper
sage


Reged: 11/21/10

Loc: Niedersachsen, Germany
Re: Jupiter November 5, 2012 new [Re: Heidescoper]
      #5508498 - 11/07/12 03:00 PM Attachment (32 downloads)

and the second sketch:

5.Nov. 2012, 23:15 UT, 253/1502mm V 200x
I 189° II 2°

The little white spot in the middle of the NEB was hard to see. For moments with stable seeing and V 215x I saw it.

Bye
Christian


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Chopin
Canis Insanus
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Reged: 02/03/05

Loc: In the doghouse.
Re: Jupiter November 5, 2012 new [Re: Heidescoper]
      #5508573 - 11/07/12 03:40 PM

Two incredibly detailed sketches, Christian! I can't stop staring at the second sketch, with the beautiful festoon activity "dripping" from the NEB. It's also worth noting the comparison of two sketches created 75 minutes apart. Looks like you had a great session.

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Glen A W
professor emeritus


Reged: 07/04/08

Loc: USA
Re: Jupiter November 5, 2012 new [Re: Chopin]
      #5508831 - 11/07/12 06:37 PM

Very good. I have been observing it lately and that is how it is appearing. It looks just like it. Nice to have two to sense the rotation by. GW

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Asbytec
Guy in a furry hat
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Reged: 08/08/07

Loc: La Union, PI
Re: Jupiter November 5, 2012 new [Re: Glen A W]
      #5509111 - 11/07/12 10:06 PM

Christian, yes, you have captured Jupiter nicely. There is so much to see near CM I 180! I like your subtle details in the southern temperate and polar regions. Nice observation.

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frank5817
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Reged: 06/13/06

Loc: Illinois
Re: Jupiter November 5, 2012 new [Re: Asbytec]
      #5509216 - 11/07/12 11:36 PM

Christian,

These are very fine sketches of Jupiter. It is great that you included every bit of detail you could see.

Frank


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niteskystargazer
Carpal Tunnel
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Reged: 10/05/09

Loc: 41-43'-28" N 87-42'-39" W
Re: Jupiter November 5, 2012 new [Re: Heidescoper]
      #5510167 - 11/08/12 03:58 PM

Christian,

Very good sketches of Jupiter .

CS,KLU,

,

Tom


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Special Ed
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Reged: 05/18/03

Loc: Greenbrier Co., WV 38N, 80W
Re: Jupiter November 5, 2012 new [Re: niteskystargazer]
      #5513665 - 11/10/12 08:34 PM

Christian,

Very nice work on the so called "boring" side of Jupiter. You have shown there is nothing boring about it--plenty to see and record. The NEB revival has plenty to offer.


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Asbytec
Guy in a furry hat
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Reged: 08/08/07

Loc: La Union, PI
Re: Jupiter November 5, 2012 new [Re: Special Ed]
      #5513755 - 11/10/12 10:16 PM

Very true, Michael. Jupiter really doesn't have a boring side this season.

Christian, just looked at your sketches again. Wonderful, sir.


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