Learning imaging with Jupiter as it nears opposition.

Posted by dark_falconer
on Thursday, October 27, 2011
  • Orion StarBlast 4.5 (114mm) F.L.450mm f/4.0 newtonian reflector
  • Orion EQ-1 equatorial mount
  • Orion 3mm Edge-On Planetary eyepiece 150x
  • Orion SteadyPix Deluxe
  • Polaroid i1036 digital camera

46 x 1/25 second exposures at ISO 800. Processed in RegiStax 6.

This photo show's Jupiter's GRS in the preceding edge of SEB, the NEB and SSTeB. This was my first imaging session with my 3mm Orion Edge-On Planetary eyepiece.

Tags: Jupiter
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