Jupiter And Its Red Spot
Taken by Sven Melchert on May 11, 2018 @ Stuttgart, Germany
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Last Night was perfect to image the Great Red Spot of Jupiter. It crossed Jupiters central meridian when the planet was nearly at its culmination. The time lapse shows more than four hours, I recorded for 120 seconds every 15 Minutes. Taken with a Refractor 123/738 mm (lens from LZOS), Televue Powermate 4x, ZWO ADC, ASI 290MC. Processing with Autostakkert 3, white balance and sharpening with Registax 6.
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cool!
Posted by johnster2222 2018-05-15 11:13:36
25 thumbs up
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