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Old 24-08-2010, 10:48 PM
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Jupiter del 24.08.2010..BiG..Seeing!!!!!

Yesterday meteoblue considering the forecast, with a seeing quite affordable, I wanted to try.
rose to above 11:00 am, after having assembled the whole, even though the stars shone out of proportion, I like my usual perch, waiting for the seeing changed the better.
Taken by Raptus of inertia, I put the 2.5x Barlow, bringing the monster to a focal F13000.
One thing pazzesa screen.
So around 2:30, the seeing was so bad that I decided to remove everything and leave.
Fortunately, the good friend Fabrizio, kimono me at night telling me that seeing him was good.
Then encouraged by what 'I pulled up the blinds the eyes, and / or expected.
At about 03:00 the seeing has improved visibly, something really exciting, details emerged in bursts, the planet seemed more and more 'stop, really fantastic.
To excite all the GMR and the transmitter IO, really fantastic.

A unique emotion throughout.

The only drawback transparency propio not optimal, but you know, you can not 'get the best out of life.
With this footage confirms the excellent quality 'of this Tubone insuperable, and I can comsiderarmi really pleased.
Unfortunately, the usual problem of the room, I was nailed to return only 1000 Frame, so I could not really push the development, and I believe to be the limit of noise.
With a focal length of 13000 and seeing 7-8/10, 2000 frames are a must in my opinion.
But when this remedy before.
To you the image, followed by other shots, I think much better than this, including individual color channel, such as Green, and Blue
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Old 24-08-2010, 11:19 PM
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Very sharp ! Great detail
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Old 25-08-2010, 10:11 AM
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Some nice seeing Angelo and a lovely "R" channel, looking forward to the RGB from this data set.

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Old 25-08-2010, 01:43 PM
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Amazing detail Angelo. Looking forward to the colour image.
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