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zAmbonii
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Jupiter Io Transit 11/8/12 + try my data new
      #5517124 - 11/13/12 12:43 AM

Took me a while but I finally finished up with processing data from last week. Seeing was supposed to be 4/5, but the seeing was a bit funky and hard to get detail out of some of the images. I normally do some wavelets + deconvolution in post processing, but I gave some linked wavelets a try in R6 and it seemed to come out better. Anyways, below is an image with a few of my captures.

You can view the full Io transit animation here!


Jupiter 11/8/12 by zAmb0ni, on Flickr

For funlike I also took one of Glenn's images from the 7th and Flava's image from the 9th and compared it to the captures I had on the 8th, just to show how much the cloud patterns changed:



Finally, I have always wondered if I am getting the most out of my images that I have captured. So I have uploaded a stacked image of 1000 frames that can be downloaded and wonder what you guys can come up with

You can download the stacked .tif here!

Will be interested to see what you can come up with!

Thanks!


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rigel123
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Re: Jupiter Io Transit 11/8/12 + try my data new [Re: zAmbonii]
      #5517206 - 11/13/12 02:07 AM

That is one great animation!

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bunyon
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Re: Jupiter Io Transit 11/8/12 + try my data new [Re: rigel123]
      #5517530 - 11/13/12 09:20 AM Attachment (13 downloads)

Nice images.

I've taken you up on your processing challenge mostly because I always fear the same thing. I figure if I post something worse than everyone else, maybe I'll learn somethiing.


So:

wavelets in Registax 6
RGB align in Registax 6
Photoshop: curves, saturation, despeckle

I usually use a high pass filter but found that it really garbled the image.


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Rankinstudio
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Re: Jupiter Io Transit 11/8/12 + try my data new [Re: bunyon]
      #5517866 - 11/13/12 12:46 PM

Beautiful images and amazing animation.

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shawnhar
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Re: Jupiter Io Transit 11/8/12 + try my data new [Re: Rankinstudio]
      #5517915 - 11/13/12 01:08 PM

Awesome animation, SPC900 is still a great camera for planets

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karlo
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Re: Jupiter Io Transit 11/8/12 + try my data new [Re: shawnhar]
      #5517955 - 11/13/12 01:28 PM

belter of an animation !

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cheapersleeper
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Re: Jupiter Io Transit 11/8/12 + try my data [Re: karlo]
      #5518222 - 11/13/12 04:16 PM

Would some of you smart and talented people please try processing zAmbonii's data? I have been checking back here frequently to see what you can do with it.

Regards,
Brad


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aaube
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Re: Jupiter Io Transit 11/8/12 + try my data new [Re: cheapersleeper]
      #5518408 - 11/13/12 05:53 PM Attachment (13 downloads)

Not smart and certainly not talented but i agree, it could be a fun exercise to see what could be done.

Sincerely,

Alain


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