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My best Mars 2018

Discussion in 'Astrophotography and Imaging' started by Avani Soares, Aug 9, 2018.

My best Mars 2018

Started by Avani Soares on Aug 9, 2018 at 7:04 PM

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  1. Avani Soares

    Avani Soares Well-Known Member

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    With the dust coming down many details start to get noticeable!
    Vallis Marineris very visible near 8 am, Chryse, Acidalia and Argyre Planitia stand out easily as well as Margaritifer and Meridiani Planum, but what I liked was to be able to capture with good resolution the various dark craters like Trouvelot, Rutherford, Becquerel and Radau perfectly recognizable to the left side of Arabia Land almost a little above the center of the photo.
    Certainly one of my best Mars photos this year!
     
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  2. Dave In Vermont

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    Ainda estou intrigado sobre como você está conseguindo extrair tantos dados em suas imagens de Marte, Avani. Especialmente porque há um oceano de outros todos reclamando sobre quão pouco eles são capazes de ver do 'Red One' nesta Tempestade de Pó.

    Você tem imagens de RADAR a bordo do seu Disco Voador, Avani?

    Eu me rendo. Apenas mantenha suas excelentes técnicas! E obrigado por compartilhar essas imagens maravilhosas. Para nós aqui hoje e todas as gerações subseqüentes. :cool:


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    I'm still mystified as to how you're managing to pull out so much data in your images of Mars, Avani. Especially as there's an ocean of other's all grousing about how very little that they're able to see of the 'Red One' in this Dust-Storm.

    Do you have RADAR-Imaging aboard your Flying Saucer, Avani?

    I surrender. Just keep up with your superb techniques! And thank you for sharing these wonderous images. For us here today, and all subsequent generations. :cool:

    Dave
     
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    Very good thanks for sharing.
     
  4. Avani Soares

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    LOL! Você sempre me diverte com seus comentários Dave!
    Infelizmente teve alguns insinuando que estou usando muito o PS, acho até graça disso pois nem tenho o PS instalado no meu PC e nem nunca usei ele.
    Creio que os resultados são fruto de um apurado cuidado na hora da captura, principalmente usando o gama bastante baixo para destacar os detalhes. Depois usando o Registax e Fitswork de forma adequada não é tão difícil destacar um pouco essas regiões escuras.
    Ou quem sabe tudo isso é papo furado e como diz um grande amigo meu, tenho um software pirata roubando os dados do Hubble la na NASA, rsrsrsrsrsrs.

    LOL! You always amuse me with your comments Dave!
    Unfortunately I had some insinuating that I am using PS very much, I think even thanks to it because I do not have the PS installed on my PC and nor have I ever used it.
    I believe the results are a result of careful attention at the time of capture, especially using the low range to highlight the details. Then using Registax and Fitswork properly is not so difficult to highlight these dark regions a bit.
    Or maybe this is all bullshit and as a great friend of mine says, I have pirated software stealing the data from Hubble at NASA, lol.
     
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    Stolen from the Hubble Space-Telsecope? Ahahaahahahaha!!

    Well, it IS that good! Just tell them no - tell tham you have a time-machine and you're stealing it from the James Webb Space-Telescope!

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    Roubado do Telescópio Espacial Hubble? Hahahahahahahaha !!
    Bem, isso é bom! Diga a eles que não - diga que você tem uma máquina do tempo e está roubando do Telescópio Espacial James Webb!

    Dave
     
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    Obrigado!
     
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    Beautiful image. :)

    Ed D
     
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    Super nice Mars image.....bravo!
     
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    Incredible detail, Avani! I love what you've been able to image of the Great Red One during these dusty times, lol.

    Reggie :D
     
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