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Old 07-10-2020, 11:01 AM
sunslayr (David)
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You are probably running into atmospheric distortion. The planets will look a little blurry in your camera due to atmospheric turbulence. Unlike your eye, your camera can't blend multiple frames to build a clearer image. For planets we use a technique called 'lucky imaging'. First you record a video of the planet at a high frame rate, then software can pick the best frames and then average them together. Finally we use wavelet sharpening to bring even more details back.
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