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another old image i never processed.. sorry im bored

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#1 moonwatching ferret

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Posted 10 April 2020 - 12:47 AM

seeing has ben horible wind ferocious i cant find work and soon will be forced to sell the scope unless i find a job and with this carona thing itl be hard. i found this un processed file it was 37000 frames i stacke 30000 and tried not to over do it because it ruins Ganymede. the whole file for the night is 250 gigand runs from 311 to 623. i will re process all bad jpegs and place them in odor

2019-06-12-0537_1-L-Jup_AS_f30000_g4_ap60_conv_2.jpg

2019-06-12-0537_1-L-Jup_AS_f30000_g4_ap60_conv_23.jpg


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Posted 10 April 2020 - 12:48 AM

 the lower image is slightly over done and Ganymede is loosing detail



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Posted 10 April 2020 - 01:26 AM

Well worth going back for, I love the way that Ganymede is clearly separated from the planet. Remember that you can process the image twice, once for the planet and the other for the moon - then just layer the images for the best result of each.

 

If you have two images about 10 minutes apart, you could put them side by side and create a virtual 3D image similar to what Darren did recently - I reckon this would look outstanding with the moon where it is.

 

Just a thought, thanks for posting.

 

Andrew


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Posted 10 April 2020 - 02:32 AM

Glad you dusted that data off, what a capture of Ganymede!

As for the stereo images: Andrew, according to opinions of those on Astrobin 8 minutes gives the most pleasing results.

I should post that comparison here, now that I think of it ...
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Posted 10 April 2020 - 11:30 PM

Glad you dusted that data off, what a capture of Ganymede!

As for the stereo images: Andrew, according to opinions of those on Astrobin 8 minutes gives the most pleasing results.

I should post that comparison here, now that I think of it ...

i have all the data from the whole night. seeing progresed from good to real good thren started deteriorating if i remember corect i was going to keep going but stopped 311 is the first  318 is when i started on a 700 x 700 roi its not finished. i will look over the file to see if i can find 2 images 8 or 10 apart

2019-06-12-0311_6-L-Jup_AS_p50_g4_ap60_conv_2.jpg

2019-06-12-0330_5-L-Jup_AS_f25000_g4_ap62_conv_2.jpg 2019-06-12-0623_8-L-Jup_AS_p50_g4_ap63_2.jpg


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Posted 10 April 2020 - 11:35 PM

talk aboot old images where is that awesome image that one guy had from newzealad i forget the users name  i know thats not much to go on it was 2018 i belive.... i wana say  his name was rac ???




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