Hi everyone, thanks to a finally somewhat stable night I managed to successfully image both the big two giants in my first 2021 imaging session.
Last night, (technically still this morning for me) the seeing was very very good and I had good relative transparency too, at least for my shooting site.
Saturn was captured around half past two in the morning at an elevation of about 60 degrees from my shooting location. The image is the result of the derotation of 14 videos in RGB (5,5,4) of 90 seconds each.
The panel of Jupiter shows the two best images of the shooting session and taken about two hours later, when the planet approached the transit to the meridian with considerable elevation, around 75 degrees.
Each panel is the result of the derotation of 5 series of RGB shots, each lasting 60 seconds (in total 15 shots derotated and added together). You may try to use the panel as a stereo view if you want
As usual my C14 at f/16 with ASI290MM for all shots.
Edited by Marco Lorenzi, 24 June 2021 - 09:56 AM.