Flemming R. Ovesen / Torben Taustrup
Two images of Jupiter. The one above is the result of three stacked images from January 29. 16:22 UT. The great red spot is seen at the right rim of the planet - also the two moons Ganymede an Io can be seen at lower right. Much more detail is revealed in this image.
The second image is from the same day - but is made from only one of the three frames.
Enlarged version of stacked image.
Eyepiece projection, focal length 9.9 meters (F:49). Cookbook CCD camera. Resolution: 252 x 242. Exposure time: 0.2 sec.
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