Re: [ap-gto] Re: Jupiter tonight


Jul 9, 2016

 


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#73310 Jul 9, 2016

Yes, this is what we normally get around here, but not even that good. Last night I imaged a short time during twilight when the seeing was a tad better. This image of Saturn was taken with my 175EDF refractor.��www.astromart.com/common/image_popup.asp?image=/images/forums/828000-828999/828164.jpg&caption=��Tonight I will be shooting again, the seeing is supposed to be a tad better.��Rolando����-----Original Message-----

From: 'Barry Megdal' bmegdal@... [ap-gto] ap-gto@yahoogroups.com>

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Sent: Sat, Jul 9, 2016 4:02 pm

Subject: [ap-gto] Re: Jupiter tonight





I.m sympathetic to the .not Philippines seeing..�� For a few days leading up to the Juno arrival at Jupiter, Chris Go was at Mt. Wilson.�� Our goal was to get .context. images for JPL as opposed to Juno.s close-ups.�� He was imaging with a borrowed C14, and I was using the 100-inch (which is _very_ sensitive to seeing).��This is the best RGB image from a set of 30 seconds each stacked videos on the best (but only fair seeing) night (Jupiter.s elevation was 30 degrees):��www.dropbox.com/s/7dfya9wjk6rthpn/Jupiter%207-5-2016%20100-inch%20v2.jpg?dl=0��Last night I hosted a group for visual use of the same scope, and the seeing was excellent, but I couldn.t do imaging..��-������������������ Barry����



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