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#1 JAT Observatory

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Posted 25 December 2007 - 12:24 AM

The weather here has been pretty lousy recent. The sky has been very overcast. But the one good thing is the Moon has been out. Overcast skies and a bright Moon mean remote lunar viewing. Since my SBIG cams haven't returned yet I have been using my DSIs.

The image below is from my remote desk top. The image on the left is from the Envisage program with a .0002 capture time. The horizontal lines aren't has visible live, but they really show up on the screen copy.

The image on the right was a live feed from the GStar-EX video cam. You can see how overcast it really is, but the Moon is still visible via the DSI Pro which is attached to a 4 inch refractor.

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Posted 25 December 2007 - 02:18 AM

Still kinda fun to do it even with the most basic cameras huh?


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