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Old 28-07-2019, 05:16 PM
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Saturn and Jupiter

Found some data I missed somehow. Processed some of it. 12 Meade @ FL 5700 and ZWO 290mc. Gives a small look at the work flow direction.
First image is raw 120 capture from AS3.
Second is out of Regi 6 ready to go into WinJupos.
Third straight from WinJupos.
Forth is from PS CS6.
Saturn was 30 minutes and Jupiter was 12 minutes.
Fifth is Jupiter earlier the same night.
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Very nice Ralph (and very interesting seeing the progression of the image through the various steps too).
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