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Im Back return of Jupiter's SEB
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Im Back return of Jupiter's SEB by Andrew Bray
 
Late 2010 there were the first signs that Jupiter's SEB (South Equatorial Belt) was returning & some amateur images in March showed a weak belt. I captured the RGB avi's just before sunrise. The seeing was poor & so is the image, but interesting to see that the whole belt is now visible again.
Keywords: Jupiter, CPC-925-GPS, SEB

Image Stats
Celestron Equipment CPC 925 GPS (XLT) Computerized Telescope Computeri (11074-XLT)
Additional Equipment Feathertouch focuser for C9.25
Flip mirror
Tele Vue 2.5x Powermate
Orion filter wheel
Astronomik RGB Type 2c filters
Camera DMK 21AU04 with RGB filters
Exposure Time RGB: 1/30 sec x 45 sec each
Software IC Capture AS 2.0, Registax 5.1, Astra Image, Photoshop Elements, HP Photosmart Premier for cropping
Date/Time Taken 06.05.2011 06:47
Location Wantirna, Victoria, Australia
Upload Date: 06.07.2011 16:14
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Downloads: 7
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File size: 25.5 KB

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spike77
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Join Date: 11.18.2009
Comments 387
 
nice
nice man i took one the other morning and was like wow always more fun with the other belt mine was taken in poor cond also i did not even upload it urs is much better
06.10.2011 09:50 Offline spike77 spikebrasseaux at yahoo.com




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