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Jupiter Mosaic

Started by Jim Phillips, 03/23/2005 06:37PM
Posted 03/23/2005 06:37PM Opening Post
Here is a Mosaic of Jupiter images made March 18, 2005.

Jupiter
TMB 10" F/9
3X Barlow
Seeing 7-8/10
Atik color camera, registax, Photoshop.

FYI,

Jim Phillips

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Posted 03/23/2005 07:35PM #1
Hello Jim

These are excellent shots! Now we demand a GIF ANIMATION OF THESE SHOTS!! grin This would be wonderful!!

Regards,

Chris
Posted 03/23/2005 08:54PM #2
Aloha
great mosaic Jim, I love it, thanks for sharing
Freddy
Posted 03/24/2005 01:27AM #3
Awesome pictures Jim.
I'm only butting in here to declare that it's just(..just!)possible to freeview in parallel any pair of this great mosaic in stereo.Because of the scale I have to hold my laptop at arms length.I imagine it would be a struggle with bigger screens.
Cheers,

Bruce
Posted 03/24/2005 04:22AM #4
Jim,

That's quite an impressive collection....just makes me want to get decent seeing for Jupiter all that much more!!

Thanks!!
Paul

Jim Phillips said:

Here is a Mosaic of Jupiter images made March 18, 2005.

Jupiter
TMB 10" F/9
3X Barlow
Seeing 7-8/10
Atik color camera, registax, Photoshop.

FYI,

Jim Phillips

Paul Maxson
Moderator - CCD Imaging and Processing/Solar System
Celestron C14, Mewlon 250, Orion EON120, ASI120MM, Flea3.
http://www.sunspot51.com
Posted 03/24/2005 05:34AM #5
Jim,

Beautiful! images thanks for posting, the Robbins egg blue festoon really stands out.

Thanks,

Wes Higgins
Posted 03/24/2005 06:09AM #6
Great job Jim!

John Krawczyk
Crownsville, MD

http://www.ardenastrophotography.com
Posted 03/24/2005 06:41AM #7
Hi Jim,

Looks like you had a great night, great images. I also like the processing.

Clear skies,

Ed Roach
Posted 03/24/2005 06:59AM #8
SWEEEEEEEEEEET! 8O

"The expression of the beautiful is in direct ratio to the power of perception acquired by the artist." (Gustave Courbet)
Posted 03/24/2005 06:47PM #9
Hello Jim,



Those are great images.


Kirk