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Jupiter Celestron NexStar 4SE 2xBarlow Lens Celestron NexImage by astroval
 
Jupiter with Red Spot and cloud belts. Picture taken with Nexstar 4se, Neximage camera, and Celestron 2x Barlow lens. RegiStax was used for processing 1800 images.
Keywords: Jupiter, Celestron, NexStar, 4SE, NexImage, RegiStax, Celestron, 2x, Barlow, NexStar-4SE-Computerized-Telescope, NexImage

Image Stats
Celestron Equipment NexStar 4SE Computerized Telescope Computerized Te (11049), NexImage (93712)
Additional Equipment 2x Celestron Barlow lens
Camera Celestron NexImage
Exposure Time
Software AMcap, RegiStax, PhotoShop
Date/Time Taken 09.06.2010 02:23
Location Rock Hill, NY
Upload Date: 09.07.2010 15:06
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File size: 7.0 KB

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jmorales
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Join Date: 08.31.2010
Comments 1
 
Very nice picture
What settings did you use with the neximage camera, I have not been able to get a picture as good as yours with the same equipment except i have the NexStar 8SE. Like i said this is a very good picture of jupiter
09.07.2010 15:20 Offline jmorales
astroval
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Join Date: 07.19.2010
Comments 5
 
Settings
Thanks for nice words.

Frame Rate to 5fps, unchecked full auto mode, white balance auto, Gamma to minimum, brightness and saturation to the middle, adjust gain to see Jupiter a little darker than normal. With this setting I was still able to focus Jupiter. This version works with the Output Size 325x288. After processing in RegiStax, with default setting, I was very disappointed. Magic happen when I changed the latest layer on Wavelat screen of RegiStax.
09.07.2010 23:58 Offline astroval http://www.youtube.com/user/astroval1
spike77
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Join Date: 11.18.2009
Comments 387
 
wow
hey thats not bad with the 4se i love that lil scope u have had a great start keep at it
09.10.2010 03:17 Offline spike77 spikebrasseaux at yahoo.com




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