Still Just the one big spot:
Wednesday, 30 March 2016
Monday, 28 March 2016
Thursday, 17 March 2016
Tuesday, 15 March 2016
Quite clear and steady seeing last night - I was able to "reduce" the sharpening required as the stacked image was pretty good! Imaged with my ED120APO and ASI120mm mono camera. Three pane mosaic and five panes along the terminator (with 2.5x Powermate) before the mist formed and put an end to proceedings.
Sunday, 13 March 2016
One with and one without a 2.5x Powermate - both ED120APO and ASI120mm mono camera. Small one 200/2000 frames the larger 200/3000 frames. I had to give up with the larger one as the seeing deteriorated quite rapidly as the Moon set over the neighbours rooftops (and heat haze!):
Thursday, 10 March 2016
Just 1.67 days old which is about as young as I could get with the view from my observatory - the moon was dipping behind the wall as I took the panes for this 3 pane mosaic. ED120 APO, ASI120mm camera, 100/1000frames, stacked in AS2 (with some difficulty as the software didn't like the thin crescent!).
Saturday, 5 March 2016
First Jupiter images of the season – taken during very poor seeing. These are made from three mono images, one each through a red, a green and a blue filter. These were then combined to make the colour image. You can clearly see jupiters Great Red Spot.