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Mark Killion
January 12, 2021
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Contains: Solar system body or event

Acquisition Details

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Description

I haven't done much LiveView captures or Planetary imaging with Lucky Imaging so this was just a few images stacked together using a Takahashi Mewlon 250CRS with a 1.5x extender and a Canon Ra camera. For shooting this event you have to have short exposures so you don't overexpose Jupiter but longer exposures to bring out Saturn. I shot 14 exposures at ISO 100 at 1/20 second and a few others at ISO 100 at 1/15 and 1/10 second. Seeing was not good until a very brief moment on Dec. 22 and that's when I captured my images. Since 1/20 second was a bit too much on Jupiter, the detail was muted and I could only use 14 images to stack. But on Saturn I was able to stack a few more.



IC 2118 The Witch Head Nebula
5702

January 7, 2019


2019 Lunar Eclipse
5113

January 24, 2019


Rosette Nebula
6843

December 1, 2017


IC 443 (The Jellyfish Nebula)
3572

May 7, 2019


M81 and M82
5800

November 20, 2017