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December 3, 2011 - 50 went

See Moon's craters & Jupiter's moons through a telescope. Entice others to look

1 frame of a Philips SPC9000 webcam through a Celstron C6S looking at Jupiter.

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Added by Anton S.
on Dec 5, 2011.
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  • Anton S.

    1 frame of a Philips SPC9000 webcam through a Celstron C6S looking at Jupiter. The Mac sofware I was using (Macam) had poor capture resolution, but you can still see some cloud bands. To get better resolution would require taking a movie and 'stacking' it, but since I was giving impromptu astronomy lessons I didn't get a chance to try it. The windy skies really make for poor seeing, so this isn't a good picture of Jupiter by any means, but it is a good memento of a fun night out!

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  • Anton S.

    Jupiter should be about 47 arcseconds wide in this picture.

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  • Dennis E.

    Nice shot Anton! Nice to meet you!

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