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Old 06-11-2021, 03:47 PM
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Jupiter, GRS and shadow transit

Jupiter, GRS and Europa with it's elongated shadow in good seeing. A little white storm on the NEQ belt near one of those elongated brown spots.

Skywatcher 300PDS 12" F5 Newtonian, ZWO ASI 183mm Pro in LRGB with Svbony LRGB filters, Svbony barlow.

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Another impressive result. What you are producing rivals what I have seen from experience planetary imagers using a C14.
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Old 06-11-2021, 04:53 PM
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Brilliant result Kevin
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Old 06-11-2021, 05:27 PM
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Great shot! Execution and processing are just wonderful!!
Was wondering whether you find it advantageous shooting in mono as opposed to osc? I imagine the processing is a fair bit more complicated.
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Another cracker of a photo, lovely detail and colour, captured the transit nicely and the bright spot ( storm ).
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Old 06-11-2021, 05:55 PM
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Thanks Hans, Gerard, David and Jeff.

David, mono verses OSC, there's a big debate over this. From my own experience, mono is still a bit better. The modern OSC cameras though are holding their own. My OSC (Svbony SV305 or 290mc clone) is very good but the 183mm is better. The newer 462mc or 485mc may do as well, I don't know. I'll wait until the successor to the 462mc comes out, if the sensor is lower noise.
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Just Fantastic !

Back when I first started this hobby in the 70's a photo like that was not possable even with the best scopes we had on earth

Just wonderful !
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Old 07-11-2021, 03:54 PM
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Thanks Bobby. It wasn't any better in the 1980's using film. I tried and failed miserably. Then computers and CCD cameras came along.
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Another nice result there Kevin, top stuff.
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Thanks Trevor!
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Awesome.
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Kevin a great result.
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