4 May 2017 0442 UTC
|Celestron C14, TV 3x Barlow. ASI 174MM camera, Astronomics filters
Measured FL 15,900 mm, 0.08"/px
(The Image scale shown is the same image scale as at capture)
|Special thanks to:
Torsten Edelmann (Firecapture)
Emil Kraaikamp (Autostakkert)
Grischa Hahn (WinJuPos)
Cor Berrevoets (Registax)
Without their clever programs this image would never have been possible.
It is made from 50 Gb of video (95,000 frames) obtained over an interval of 45 minutes. During those long runs there was obviously
considerable rotation of Jupiter. WinJuPos allowed me to derotate the runs, resulting in a very low noise image which could then be
processed very aggressively.
The seeing that night was also a help.