It's the first time I've managed to capture the GRS this "season", due to a combination of long working hours and the limited capture window this early in the apparition.
As has been the case for my morning sessions so far this year, seeing was not great and Jupiter spent far more time out of focus than in focus. I imaged for over an hour and a half, but ultimately was unable to use the majority of the individual runs (only 14 out of 30 stacks were used).
Each of the images above was produced by de-rotating 7 separate image stacks in WinJUPOS. Each stacked image was produced using the top 15% of frames from a 2 minute capture @ 80fps average. Therefore each of the final images above contain around 10,000 frames of data. The final images are effectively 27 minutes apart from one another (UT 21:47 and 22:14).
Selection of stacked images for de-rotation was purely based on quality but, when I put them together as a montage, I thought to try viewing them as a "stereo pair". Amazingly, they seem to serve this purpose quite well!
(Question: what is the "ideal" time separation for a stereo pair, anyway?)
I'll upload two versions. The first version is for those who (like me) find it easier to view stereo images "crossed eyed":
This is my first time attempting the stereo pair approach, however - C&C welcome, especially if anyone knows the optimal spacing etc.
(I've clearly spent too long looking at the image cross-eyed now ... can't focus properly on the keyboard!)
Edited by DMach, 29 March 2020 - 03:55 AM.