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Contains:  Solar system body or event
Jupiter and Io, 



    
        

            Bruce Rohrlach

Jupiter and Io

Acquisition type: Lucky imaging

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Skywatcher 200P 200mm/f5 NEQPro6

Imaging cameras: ASI224MC

Mounts: SkyWatcher NEQPRO6 Synscan GOTO

Software: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC  ·  Autostakkert 3.0.1.4  ·  RegiStax 6

Accessory: TeleVue 5x Powermate


Date:June 24, 2019

Frames: 1250

Focal length: 7000

Seeing: 4

Transparency: 8


Resolution: 1595x1595

Locations: Lysterfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Data source: Backyard

Description

Jupiter after cleaning of the mirrors on the Newtonian.
The volcanically active inner moon Io is on the limb of Jupiter and about to transit across the face of the planet.

Imaged from Lysterfield, Melbourne.

At this time of the year Jupiter is near its closest approach to earth (i.e. at "opposition") and hence largest in the field of view, making June a good time to capture astro-photographs of Jupiter - King of the Planets.

Stack of 1250 frames - processed in AutoStakkert 3.0.14, Registrax 6 and Lightroom.

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Jupiter and Io, 



    
        

            Bruce Rohrlach