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Offline Dean

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Jupiter 19/04/17
« on: 07:10:55, 20 April, 2017 »
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.
Processing:
  • 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.
Dean

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

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Re: Jupiter 19/04/17
« Reply #1 on: 16:29:43, 21 April, 2017 »
Nice image and work Dean :big_clap:
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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Re: Jupiter 19/04/17
« Reply #2 on: 00:18:08, 26 April, 2017 »
Very nice..... have you tried using AutoStakkert?  there's a good YouTube vid on how to use it.... I find it VERY good for planetary, Moon and Sun..

Phil
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Re: Jupiter 19/04/17
« Reply #3 on: 16:25:37, 28 April, 2017 »
I have used both Autostaker and RS6 in the past.  I have read an article by Damian Peach in which he seemed to favour autostaker.   I seem to revert to RS6 but will give autos taker another go.  Thank you for the feedback.
Dean

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

 

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