Jupiter 2010-06-25

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    Posted by Andrea Tasselli at 18:55 on 2010 Jun 27

    Thought about getting this section started. New Jupiter with brand new Camera. Shot few minutes before sun-up so no great B and G channel but there you are…Notice the dark orange colour of the GRS as well as the two-tone of Oval BA. SEB(N) looks thin anf greenish while the SEB(S) starts to show up again as a faint yellow-orange streak dowstream of the GRS.Andrea T.P.S.It doesn’t seem to show the picture, so here is the link:http://picasaweb.google.com/117372109527473822396/Jupiter2010Apparition#5487919983581404530


    Posted by Paul A Brierley at 17:49 on 2010 Jul 01

    It’s nice to see Jupiter again isn’t it.You have a fine set of images there Andrea, and despite the planets low altitude. You’ve managed to capture, and process a wealth of detail.


    Posted by John Cave at 21:13 on 2010 Jul 02

    Superb images Andrea,They clearly show the lack of the main belt, very well captured!John.


    Posted by Marlyn Smith at 09:30 on 2010 Jul 04

    Nice images. Try uploading them onto here by using Tinypichttp://tinypic.com/Click on the code under "Forums and Message Boards" once you’ve loaded your image and paste on your message in here in edit mode.


    Posted by Dale Holt at 13:48 on 2010 Jul 06

    Very nice work from the ‘Nebula man’ Andrea those planetary imagers had better watch out I’m thinking by the look of this first attempt from you!Well done, Dale


    Posted by David Arditti at 01:07 on 2010 Jul 08

    He didn’t actually say it was his first attempt at planetary imaging!Andrea was also a well-known planetary imager before he took to the planetary nebulae.


    Posted by Dale Holt at 10:59 on 2010 Jul 08

    Before my BAA time alas David.Dale

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