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Subject: Jupiter
Author: Jeffrey Lawson
Scope: WO Megrez Fluorite Doublet APO
Instruments: Logitech Quickcam Pro 4000 w/ Scopetronix 1.25? adapter @ prime focus using 5? of extension tube, final touches on picture done using Photoshop CS2.
Exposure time: 25fps video: Shutter speed: 1/300 sec gain: 20%.
Totaling 2000 frames of which the best 300 were stacked using RegiStax and post-processing was done using Photoshop CS2
Place & Seeing: Alsip, IL w/ good seeing
Date: June 14, 2006
Remarks: Two of Jupiter?s moons can be seen on the right-hand side of the planet as mere points of light.

 

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