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took these over the last week when ever sky was clear. all taken with zwo1290 and normally 1000 images stacked in registax . I get a lot of pleasure with my below average quality when compered with others on this
site but all about enjoyment of your hobby
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Old 23-10-2020, 07:23 PM
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These look great John. Plenty of detail in the two gas giants and some nice definition and colour in Mars.
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Old 24-10-2020, 08:54 AM
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A very good result John

Saturn is the best.

Way better than I could ever manage.
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thanks for your support, hope to improve over time, keep in good health eveyone
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Old 25-10-2020, 08:31 AM
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These are superb planetary images and most definitely belong in the Solar System section not the beginner section
A few details if I may
Scope ?
Mount ?
Capture software ?
Any reason why you donít use Autostakkert 3 to stack your frames, then final process in Registax ?
Well done and think about posting in the Solar System section , these images deserve to be there !!
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Old 25-10-2020, 09:32 AM
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Nothing much wrong with those images John, the only point of contention could be that they are a little over saturated but it does make them stand out and helps to highlight the detail. Carry on and enjoy, it's all good fun.
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thanks for your kind words, the scope is a meade sct 14'' and use sharpcap.
would it be to an advantage to use autostacker and would this help with image
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