May 6, 2017

Jupiter at 3:31-39 UT, May 6, 2017

It's been a while since I tried this, but planetary imaging is kind of fun even though I'm not that good at it yet.  I thought the seeing would be better tonight, but the air did not settle until after midnight, when Jupiter was behind the trees.  This image is 40% of its original size, as a result.  It is 10,000 of 20,000 frames with the ZWO224MC camera through the CFF 290 Classical Cassegrain at f/33.75 (TV 2.5x Powermate).

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