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proky
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Re: Small bore challenge: Jupiter w/ 6" or less new [Re: PrestonE]
      #6457859 - 04/10/14 05:32 AM

Hi Preston thanks for your comment. I used 1000 frames from 2000 frames for each image. And animation is composed from 74 images.

Best Regards

Proky.


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Asbytec
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Re: Small bore challenge: Jupiter w/ 6" or less new [Re: rg55]
      #6509748 - 05/06/14 11:10 AM

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Here's my humble contribution:




Richard, wow, you captured the very different hues in the SEB. I remember that well and did a visual report asking if the SEB was blue? My girlfriend noticed it before I did, and sure enough she was right. (I was asking if she saw blue in the festoons. But, nooo....she had to see blue in the SEB instead. ) Thanks for the walk down memory lane on that one.


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Re: Small bore challenge: Jupiter w/ 6" or less new [Re: BKBrown]
      #6510917 - 05/06/14 10:07 PM

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Sorry I've been out of the loop for a bit, you guys keep cranking out cool small bore images and this thread is still on fire Nice work out there Joe, Dave, Roland, and Preston; you guys are getting it done! That is one beautiful Jupiter Roberto, that AP magic is tough to beat. And welcome aboard bill44026, a very nice contribution from you and your Skywatcher
I feel like a real slacker this season, you all have been carrying the load so I thought I should contribute something too. Seeing has been just terrible here this winter, but back on the 11th of February I got the TEC 140 out and captured some video. This image was acquired with the TEC 140, TV 5x Powermate for f/35, and my trusty TIS DBK21AU618 w/ a Baader UV/IR cut filter.
I promise to try and not be down so long in the future if I can possibly avoid it, I really like to keep up with everyone's contributions. This thread has opened a lot of peoples eyes and convinced them that they can play this game even if they don't have a huge SCT or Newt, and that is because of the members who have shown their work here...you folks are terrific!

Clear Skies,
Brian




Brian as always superb work indeed. I never tire of your images. Inspiring.

Pete


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Re: Small bore challenge: Jupiter w/ 6" or less new [Re: azure1961p]
      #6510968 - 05/06/14 10:35 PM

Jupiter season is nearing a close. Here is my best, so far, with my new C6 OTA:



(Stats on the Astrobin page)
I still haven't had as good of a night of seeing with my C6 as I had with my 5" Mak.


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