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Jupiter, april 10-2018

Discussion in 'Astrophotography and Imaging' started by Avani Soares, Apr 15, 2018.

Jupiter, april 10-2018

Started by Avani Soares on Apr 15, 2018 at 1:41 PM

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  1. Avani Soares

    Avani Soares Well-Known Member

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    Although not as good as the last, this photo still reveals many details.

    It is difficult to understand the criteria used in AstroBin, the previous photo in addition to showing more details became clearer, in compensation this was chosen "top pick" and the other not, for those who want to compare follows the previous:
    I'm not complaining, just stating something I'd like to understand!
     
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  2. Ruud

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    AstroBin works in mysterious ways!

    Still, this image is very good.
     
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  3. Dave In Vermont

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    Those equatorial festoons' are beautiful, Avani. I would't complain!

    trans.

    Aqueles festões equatoriais são lindos, Avani. Eu não reclamaria!

    Dave
     
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    Nice! I spent a little time with Jupiter this early AM.
     
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  5. Dave In Vermont

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    I think it was Squeege who recently ran into a photo by Avani of Jupiter's Great Red Spot <GRS> - which caused him to exclaim "I see details!" or something similar. I was made to think of how Avani had also captured the hexagon on Saturns' North Polar region! Avani seems to always be keeping pace with the latest findings of NASA probes!

    Well he did it again with Jupiters' <GRS>! Here's Avanis' <GRS> of 04-07-2018:

    Avani's GRS 04-07-2018.jpg

    And this just came in from the Juno-Probe by NASA:


    Spotted GRS by Juno.jpg

    And the article:

    Image - Jupiter's Great Red Spot, is Spotted.pdf


    NASA has Juno. We have Avani! :D

    Dave
     

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  7. Dave In Vermont

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    I'll go along with that! :p
     
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  8. Avani Soares

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    Well, folks, if you knew the difficult conditions that I face here maybe they would be even more admired.
    Many find that my seeing is 5-4 or 5-5 with those of Goo or Tiziano Oliveti, but very rarely does it arrive in a 4-3 second meteoblue table (https://www.meteoblue.com/en/weather/ forecast / seeing / -29.943N-51.178E) see that today looks good, but in fact it's all cloudy (LOL).
    Other than that, getting photography equipment in Brazil is a real martyrdom (we suffer with taxes of 100%), so many years ago I wanted to buy a 174mm ASI that when I get it, it must have gone offline (LOL).
    Anyway, the Brazilian has gotten used to everything, but sometimes I find myself wondering what I would do if I were an American living in Texas, New Mexico or Arizona.
    Thank you very much for the comments that strongly encourage me to continue despite all the difficulties!
     
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  9. Dave In Vermont

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    Whether you are in Brazil or the United States (or, no doubt, North Korea), the weather forecast will always be wrong! When I was formally studying various sciences, my friend Marty clued me in that meteorology was the one science where you can lie every single day of your career, and get away with it!

    trans.


    Se você está no Brasil ou nos Estados Unidos (ou, sem dúvida, na Coreia do Norte), a previsão do tempo estará sempre errada! Quando eu estava estudando formalmente várias ciências, minha amiga Marty me disse que a meteorologia era a única ciência em que você pode mentir todos os dias da sua carreira e se safar com isso!


    Dave :eek: :p
     
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    Your Honor, I absolutely second that motion! :)
     
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  11. Avani Soares

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    Dando um close na GRS!
     

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    Boa ideia! Eu acho que a NASA deve estar te seguindo por inspiração! :p
     
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