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C/2009 R1 (McNaught)
C/2009 R1 (McNaught)
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B&W Jupiter
B&W Jupiter


B&W Jupiter by marc_Patry
This year was not good in northern hemisphere for jupiter imaging. But this day was good, temperature was moderate during the day, no wind nor clouds, and most important, a "decent" seeing that allow nice images.
23A filter permit to reduce a little atmospheric chromatism (annoying for B/W cameras) that helps for focusing (crisper image).
Keywords: C11-SGT

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Celestron Equipment
Additional Equipment Red filter (23A)

Astronomik IRcut filter

x2 apochromatic Barlow
Camera PL1M (1.3Mp B&W CMOS)
Exposure Time 50ms
Software QGVideo/Registax/Iris
Date/Time Taken 07.19.2008 22:00
Location Toulouse (France)
Upload Date: 10.15.2008 11:29
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Rating: 3.00 (2 Vote(s))
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