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Jupiter: 2019-05-12 (UT 20:09 2019-05-11), 





    
        

            Darren (DMach)

Jupiter: 2019-05-12 (UT 20:09 2019-05-11)

Acquisition type: Lucky imaging

Technical card

Resolution: 548x525

Date:May 12, 2019

Time: 04:09

Frames: 19400

FPS: 80.00000

Focal length: 5600

CMI: 252.40

CMII: 282.10

CMIII: 244.40

Seeing: 4

Transparency: 7

Locations: Home, Singapore, Singapore

Data source: Backyard

Description

A night of very good seeing, albeit with variable transparency.

This image represents 9x90s captures de-rotated in WinJUPOS.

The dark cloud currently streaming around the GRS is extending further in its return journey across the STZ, and some turbulence can be seen along the northern edge of the GRS itself.

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Author

DMach
Darren (DMach)
License: None (All rights reserved)
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Revisions

  • Jupiter: 2019-05-12 (UT 20:09 2019-05-11), 





    
        

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    Original
  • Jupiter: 2019-05-12 (UT 20:09 2019-05-11), 





    
        

            Darren (DMach)
    B
  • Jupiter: 2019-05-12 (UT 20:09 2019-05-11), 





    
        

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    C
  • Jupiter: 2019-05-12 (UT 20:09 2019-05-11), 





    
        

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    D
  • Final
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    E

B

Another image from the same session, testing different camera settings (gain). This image is a de-rotation of 6 x 90s captures, and thus contains a little more noise. Delicate tendrils of orange material can be seen along the northern edges of the dark cloud streaming around the GRS.

C

A side-by-side comparison of the two images

D

Revised processing, backed off on the sharpening a little

E

Removed green tint. Time to leave this data alone now I think! ;)

Histogram

Jupiter: 2019-05-12 (UT 20:09 2019-05-11), 





    
        

            Darren (DMach)