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Jupiter 2020-07-20 13:59 UT, 



    
        

            Darren (DMach)

Jupiter 2020-07-20 13:59 UT

Acquisition type: Lucky imaging

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Celestron C11 XLT

Imaging cameras: ZWO ASI290MC

Mounts: CEM60

Software: AutoStakkert! 3  ·  Astra Image Company Astra Image PLUS  ·  Registax 6  ·  Photoshop CC  ·  FireCapture 2.6

Filters: Astronomik UV-IR Block L-Filter T2

Accessory: ZWO Atmospheric Dispersion Corrector (ADC)  ·  TeleVue PowerMate 2" 2x  ·  Teleskop Service T2 Quick Changer and 360 Degree Rotator  ·  Baader SteelDrive II Focusing Motor  ·  Baader SteelTrack Focuser


Date:July 20, 2020

Time: 13:59

Frames: 7500

FPS: 83.00000

Focal length: 5600

CMI: 84.10

CMII: 29.00

CMIII: 107.30

Seeing: 5

Transparency: 9


Resolution: 742x658

Locations: Home, Singapore, Singapore

Data source: Backyard

Description

Before pointing my telescope in Saturn's direction to catch it at opposition, I quickly grabbed some frames on Jupiter before the GRS rotated out of view.

Conditions were the same: good to excellent seeing and almost perfect transparency, spoiled only by a stiff breeze that was causing a bit of shake.

Details are *slightly* blurred as a result, but plenty of detail in the data none-the-less.

This image is a de-rotation of 5 separate 2 min captures, with the top 15% of frames stacked for each.

Oval BA and the GRS grow ever closer together ... it'll be interesting to see whether they influence each other as they pass by. Does anyone know the approximately timeframe for this?

Thanks for looking!

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Darren (DMach)
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Jupiter 2020-07-20 13:59 UT, 



    
        

            Darren (DMach)