17:24:41, 25 April, 2017
Topic: Jupiter 19/04/17 (Read 59 times)
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Jupiter on the 19th April at 22:52 UT or 23:52 BST
Captured with SkyRis 618C colour camera using 235mm Celestron EdgeHD with Luminos 2.5xBarlow.
11x60 second AVIs captured in succession at 1/60th second exposure and each of 3,600 frames.
Each AVI reduced to highest quality 1,200 frames using PIPP
Each PIPP AVI aligned and stacked as best 900 frames in RS6
Each stacked image RGB aligned and initial wavelets sharpening and NR in RS6
The 11 individual images de-rotated, aligned and stacked in WinJupos
Final wavelet sharpening and NR in PixInsight
Only using 25% of frames captured but with WinJupos' de-rotation I was still using the information from 9,900 of the highest quality frames for final image.
Scopes: Celestron 235mm (9.25”) EHD SCT; and 203mm SCT
Mounts: Celestron CGEM; and AVX
Cameras: Celestron Nightscape 10100 OSC Camera; Skyris 618C Camera with IR filter and Luminos 2.5x Barlow
Off Axis Guider and LoadstarX2 Guider
Focus: Starlight Feather Touch Focusers and Boss II Focus Control
Aurora flat-field light panel
Software: SGP; PHD2; MaximDL; FocusMax; SkyX; iCAP; PixInsight; Photoshop; Registax
Don't get mad, get smart!
Re: Jupiter 19/04/17
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16:29:43, 21 April, 2017 »
Nice image and work Dean
8" f/5 Sky-watcher 200P f=1000, 6" f/9 Ritchey-Chrétien Revelation Astro f=1370, 3.5" f/10 Meade 90 with 2" focuser mod f=900, 3.5" f/13 Maksutov-Cassergrain f=1200... Heavy Duty EQ est-60lb payload. iOptron Minitower v2, Skywatcher SupaTrak, and a damaged EQ-3 Mount. Latest;- EQ-5 with dual drive.
Camera's;- Nikon D5000, Sony Nex5, Samsung NX2000, Altair GPCAM AR0130C, Celestron NexImage SSI
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