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#1 Sunspot

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Posted 14 June 2019 - 06:29 PM

Hi all,

 

Here are images of Jupiter from June 4 in less than average seeing.

 

http://www.sunspot51...27_RGB_pmax.jpg

 

Paul M.


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#2 BQ Octantis

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Posted 14 June 2019 - 07:51 PM

Hi Paul,

 

Interesting patterns in the NEB in IR…they don't show up in the visible at all.

 

It's good to see Oval BA front and center. It's been elusive for me this year; not that I've specifically tried to capture it—it just seemed to photobomb every shot last year. Last night it rolled into view just as Jupiter was passing near zenith. I'm hoping to get it processed today, but I don't expect much…the seeing peaked right as it appeared.

 

Cheers,

BQ

 

P.S. Not sure if this was a test, but your coordinate system is upside down (or your image is).



#3 John Boudreau

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Posted 14 June 2019 - 07:56 PM

Your images look to be south up Paul, not north. Planet is rotating to the left with time.

 

You're getting way better seeing than I've had this season! gaah.gif



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Posted 14 June 2019 - 10:28 PM

Your images look to be south up Paul, not north. Planet is rotating to the left with time.

 

You're getting way better seeing than I've had this season! gaah.gif

Dang! You are right! I forgot to replace the north up icon with the south up icon for this image. This is what happens when I have to produce two sets of images, one north up and the other south up. Thanks for pointing that out.




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