Jupiter, April 07-2018

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Jupiter, April 07-2018

Started by Avani Soares on Apr 8, 2018 at 7:00 PM

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  1. Avani Soares

    Avani Soares Well-Known Member

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    Jupiter, April 07-2018
    In fact this was a one-time lucky catch in 3 sacks. It was made through a fine mist but the atmosphere was very calm. A few minutes later began a violent turbulence and soon the time closed completely, It was lucky because I was just calibrating the equipment to try to capture the transit of Io.
     
  2. Dave In Vermont

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    I love how you've been capturing the Great Red Spot lately! It looks like an 'eye' with a constricted-pupil. As if the GRS is on opiates - which cause constriction of the pupils.

    If you plan to do some stargazing, best to hold-off on that muck!

    tran.


    Eu amo como você tem capturado a Great Red Spot ultimamente! Parece um 'olho' com um aluno constrito. Como se o GRS estivesse em opiáceos - que causam constrição dos alunos.

    Se você planeja fazer algumas observações de estrelas, é melhor esperar por essa sujeira!

    Dave
     
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    Very beautiful, the amount of details inside the GRS very impressive. What a great collection of shots!
    :)
     
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    Lol Dave! E eu adoro os seus comentários espirituosos!
     
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    :p !
     

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