Contains:  Solar system body or event
PHEMU - March 23rd 2015, 



    
        

            Daniel Leclerc

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Sky-Watcher 8-inch Newtonian telescope

Imaging cameras: The Imaging Source DBK21AU618.AS

Mounts: EQ5

Software: Emil Kraaikamp Autostackert!  ·  Iris

Filters: Baader UV/IR-Cut/L 1,25"

Accessory: Tele Vue Powermate 4X



Resolution: 456x417

Locations: Home, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada

Description

Animated GIF that contains a PHEMU (mutual phenomenon of Jupiter's moons) between Europa and Ganymede. Ganymede is the largest of these two moons and is lower than Europa in my pictures. The two moons appeared superimposed at 11h16 pm. I took these pictures March 23, 2015, between 10h05 pm and 11h40 pm. The GRS (Great Red Spot) is visible on several images.
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Sky-Watcher 8-inch Newtonian telescope.
DBK21AU618.AS camera, Barlow 4X, Baader IR-cut filter, 60fps.
Animation was obtained with Beneton Movie GIF using 38 images.
These 38 images were from individual stacks of 38 avi files of about 90 seconds each (approximately 5000 frames per avi file).
Stacking with AutoStakkert2! and wavelet filtering with Iris.

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PHEMU - March 23rd 2015, 



    
        

            Daniel Leclerc