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Jupiter, August 3 and 4

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Jupiter, August 3 and 4 was created by bird

Had some good seeing around here the last couple of days, thought you might enjoy seeing some more images :-)



Link to full size image:
www.acquerra.com.au/astro/gallery/jupite...803-130944/large.jpg

cheers, Bird
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Replied by bird on topic Re:Jupiter, August 3 and 4

And this one... getting close to the limits of the scope. This time I put North at the top, I personally think it looks better this way up :-)




Link to full size image:
www.acquerra.com.au/astro/gallery/jupite...804-142832/large.jpg
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Replied by Seanie_Morris on topic Re:Jupiter, August 3 and 4

Very nice images bird, wish I had your setup and seeing conditions.

And yes, north DOES look better that way!

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Replied by dave_lillis on topic Re:Jupiter, August 3 and 4

You just cant get tired of images like that. Super!
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Replied by Frank Ryan on topic Re:Jupiter, August 3 and 4

Agreed!
They are headscratchingly stunning images.
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Replied by bird on topic Re:Jupiter, August 3 and 4

Still busy... lots of followup imaging and excitement from all the professionals as the debris field evolves, it's a rare (maybe unique) chance to see atmospheric circulation near Jupiters pole.

I'm off on 2 weeks leave in a couple of days... I'm sure I'll suffer terrible withdrawal!

cheers, Bird
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Replied by Euronymous on topic Re:Jupiter, August 3 and 4

Really nice images there Anthony! Some of the best "amateur" images I have ever seen:)
Tonight I was showing my parents Jupiter through an 8 inch scope, they thought it was amazing. I look forward to the day I can attempt images any way near as good as these
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