Jupiter from Cattle Point on Friday, 23 July 21, at an elevation of 28 degrees above the horizon.
I have struggled to get some decent detail from Jupiter, but I feel like I'm making progress with this image.
Almost no wind and at least average seeing conditions on this evening.
Taken with the Meade 12" LX200GPS SCT, a ZWO Atmospheric Dispersion Corrector, a Baader UV/IR cut filter, an ES 3X focal extender and the ZWO ASI174MC (exp. 8.93 ms, gain 300) with SharpCap Pro.
This is the best 30% of 16180 frames. Processed in AS!3, Registax, Astra Image, and PSE.
Any advice on how to improve on this image would be most helpful.
Edited by Kenny V., 26 July 2021 - 02:29 PM.