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ZuoZhao
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The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new
      #5525509 - 11/18/12 04:19 AM

You can view from Here . That still some problems,align quite hard...

Several pics I post Jupiter 2012-11-10 in SHENZHEN

Edited by ZuoZhao (11/18/12 04:25 AM)


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Kokatha man
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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: ZuoZhao]
      #5525518 - 11/18/12 04:46 AM

Top shelf ZZ....!

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: Kokatha man]
      #5525683 - 11/18/12 08:37 AM

One of the best animations I've seen! So smooth and the detail is superb.

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: Space Cowboy]
      #5525717 - 11/18/12 08:58 AM

ZZ, awesome animation! It take awhile to load but it is very impressive. Thanks for posting the link

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: ZuoZhao]
      #5525749 - 11/18/12 09:23 AM

Maybe it's just me, but I get an illusion of seeing differential rotation of the cloud bands in the upper part of the image. Never seen that before! Very impressive!

Paul


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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: Sunspot]
      #5525767 - 11/18/12 09:40 AM

I thought so too, Paul. Well done animation, ZuoZhao.

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: ToxMan]
      #5525908 - 11/18/12 11:25 AM

Awesome animation. Great processing, very smooth. I agree Paul, I thought I was seeing that as well.

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: Rankinstudio]
      #5525921 - 11/18/12 11:31 AM

That's no illusion Paul- really is a spanking good animation well done !

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: karlo]
      #5526177 - 11/18/12 01:47 PM

Awesome ZZ, simply awesome!!

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: KE400]
      #5530317 - 11/20/12 02:30 PM

Right on, that is awesome!

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: ZuoZhao]
      #5530639 - 11/20/12 05:08 PM

Great animation!

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: rigel123]
      #5530843 - 11/20/12 07:04 PM

.....I've commented about this great animation before ZZ, and I think it really demonstrates the merit of the ASI120MM cmos camera.....are you still using Sharpcap with it - if so, I'd like to see you use FireCapture and hear your comments about that capture program after all the work that was done to make it compatible..?!?

On another note I've just received an email from Emil with an image of the core (The Trapezium) of M42 and surrounds.....taken with the ASI120MM.....the resolution of this part of the DSO is really quite oustanding and is made up of several hundred 1 second exposures: this suggests that the camera may be very flexible in its use..!


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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation [Re: Kokatha man]
      #5530908 - 11/20/12 07:43 PM

Quote:

On another note I've just received an email from Emil with an image of the core (The Trapezium) of M42 and surrounds.....taken with the ASI120MM.....the resolution of this part of the DSO is really quite oustanding and is made up of several hundred 1 second exposures: this suggests that the camera may be very flexible in its use..!




I saw that too, Darryl. It resolved the little 5th star in the Trapezium. I'm impressed.


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ZuoZhao
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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: Kokatha man]
      #5533681 - 11/22/12 10:20 AM

Quote:

.....I've commented about this great animation before ZZ, and I think it really demonstrates the merit of the ASI120MM cmos camera.....are you still using Sharpcap with it - if so, I'd like to see you use FireCapture and hear your comments about that capture program after all the work that was done to make it compatible..?!?

On another note I've just received an email from Emil with an image of the core (The Trapezium) of M42 and surrounds.....taken with the ASI120MM.....the resolution of this part of the DSO is really quite oustanding and is made up of several hundred 1 second exposures: this suggests that the camera may be very flexible in its use..!




Yes,I am still using Sharpcap. That no way to use 120MM with FireCapture. I try a beta version before,but it shut down when I chose 120MM from menu.


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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: ZuoZhao]
      #5534241 - 11/22/12 05:23 PM

Quote:

Yes,I am still using Sharpcap. That no way to use 120MM with FireCapture. I try a beta version before,but it shut down when I chose 120MM from menu.




Hi ZZ - obviously that beta version of FireCapture you used wasn't compatible with the ASI120MM camera - but things have changed a lot since that particular version!!!

You could email Torsten Edelmann @ FireCapture for the latest "build" of FireCapture that is fully-compatible with the ASI cameras, or Sam from ZW Optical.....I'm sure that either person would be happy to link you to the software - and I'm sure that you will find it vastly superior to Sharpcap!

Edited by Kokatha man (11/22/12 05:25 PM)


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ZuoZhao
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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: Kokatha man]
      #5534899 - 11/23/12 05:49 AM

I got some help from Sam. Now FC stll resport error,but I can start record. I just waiting weather now.

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: ZuoZhao]
      #5536586 - 11/24/12 02:08 AM

I need to bookmark the link to share with my students. Terrific animation!

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: astrothad]
      #5536713 - 11/24/12 07:25 AM

Great Video!

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: wenjha]
      #5536902 - 11/24/12 09:37 AM

Very nice.

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Re: The swing Jupiter - three hours animation new [Re: Andreas]
      #5537453 - 11/24/12 04:03 PM

Great video, I like the smaller version of the images better.

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