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Jupiter 9th June 2017 - 300mm Newtonian GSTAR-EX3

Jupiter 9th June 2017 - 300mm Newtonian GSTAR-EX3
Moons are Europa and Io

 

Jupiter 25th June 2017 - 300mm Newtonian GSTAR-EX3
Jupiter 25th June 2017
- 300mm Newtonian GSTAR-EX3
Europa and its shadow transiting the planet with Ganymede at right.
 

 

Jupiter - GSTAR-EX3 26th May 2017

Jupiter 26th May 2017 - 300mm Newtonian GSTAR-EX3

 

Jupiter 25th April 2017 - 300mm Newtonian GSTAR-EX3
Jupiter 25th April 2017
- 300mm Newtonian GSTAR-EX3

 


Jupiter 10 April 2016 - 300mm Newtonian LP-GUIDE-C

See 3D image of Jupiter from this session here

Jupiter 07 Dec 2012 - 300mm Newtonian DBK21AU618.AS

 

 


Jupiter 29th Oct 2010 - Colour Webcam - 254mm Newtonian

 

Jupiter 23rd Oct 2010 - Colour Webcam - 254mm Newtonian

 

 

 

Jupiter 28th Aug 2009
GSTAR-EX RGB and Sky-Watcher 254mm Newtonian

 

 

Jupiter 31st August 2008

Jupiter Aug 2008
GSTAR-EX RGB and Sky-Watcher 254mm Newtonian

 

 

Jupiter

Jupiter  2006

GSTAR-EX video camera and RGB filters. SkyWatcher 254mm newtonian.

 

 

 

 

 

Jupiter - Saturn and Ganymede

Jupiter, Saturn & Ganymede 2005

B&W video camera and LRGB filters.

Telescope 254mm Newtonian.

 

  Double Transit

Double transit of Jupiter on the 28th March 2004. Ganymede is the moon at top and Io is below. The shadow at left is that of Ganymede and at right, Io. At left in this sequence, the disc of Ganymede can be seen against the bright disc of Jupiter while Io is difficult to detect. Pictures where taken while Jupiter was low in the northeast. 250mm Newtonian using the Mintron Ex-View black and white camera and RGB filters.

   
   

 

 


14 x CM strips combined to reveal Jupiter's cloud tops in October 1999.
 
 

 

 

 

Jupiter 1998


Jupiter and Ganymede September 22nd 1998. B&W surveillance video camera and eyepiece projection using a 250mm Newtonian. Note Ganymede preceding its shadow which is projected onto the edge of the Great Red Spot.

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