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Jupiter and new storm? September 15

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#1 cometcatcher

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Posted 15 September 2021 - 10:59 AM

Jupiter in good seeing. I think I may have caught the start of a little white storm breaking out, above the red spot in the northern EQ belt.

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#2 adlartok

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Posted Yesterday, 11:30 AM

Don't know about the storm being new or not but it is a beautiful image. let me ask you a question as well. How are you getting that Vignette along the edge of the planet all the way around.

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Posted Yesterday, 11:49 AM

It's been there at least a couple weeks. There are several images in this forum which show it. Great capture btw! Without reading I would have thought it was a 14" scope.

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Posted Today, 08:01 AM

Don't know about the storm being new or not but it is a beautiful image. let me ask you a question as well. How are you getting that Vignette along the edge of the planet all the way around.

The vignetting? It's just the way it seems to have turned out. I didn't do anything special to it.



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Posted Today, 08:02 AM

It's been there at least a couple weeks. There are several images in this forum which show it. Great capture btw! Without reading I would have thought it was a 14" scope.

Okay I must have missed the storm before.




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