Jupiter

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LuisdeSantiago
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Jupiter

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Hi,
I recently started trying astrophotography. This image of Jupiter is one of my firsts attemps.
Sky Watcher Skymax 102, AZ-GTi Mount, Svbony 305 Camera. Adquired with Sharpcap. Stacking in Autostakkert. Edition in Lightroom.
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Re: Jupiter

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Hi Luis,

I think that your image did not upload properly :(

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Robin
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Re: Jupiter

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Oh, I´m sorry. I attached it.
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Re: Jupiter

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Hi,

well done getting such a nice image on a first try! Did you try loading the stacked image into Registax and then using wavelet sharpening to pull out more detail? Your image looks like it would take some more sharpening without looking unnatural. There is some documentation on how to do this here : http://docs.sharpcap.co.uk/howtos/jupiter/

cheers,

Robin
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