You have to use your imagination a bit, but this shot shows the shadow of the moon Io on Jupiter (small dark spot in the band). Taken early December 8 at 00:20 CST. D3100, Explore Scientific 5 inch refractor (about 1000mm f/8), ISO 800, 1/20 sec, 5 shots combined in RegiStax. Mark SmithJust like I previsualized it, more or less...My Nikonians GalleryMy Website, www.lastdaylight.com
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Yep - I see it. Nice job on such a small photo target.Thanks for sharing,Richard
Hi,>You have to use your imagination a bit, but this shot shows>the shadow of the moon Io on Jupiter (small dark spot in theClearly visible when you know what to look for. Nice shot.bestChristian
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Thanks, guys. Not much to write home about, but until we get that 2m aperture telescope... Mark SmithJust like I previsualized it, more or less...My Nikonians GalleryMy Website, www.lastdaylight.com
Hi Mark,>Thanks, guys. Not much to write home about, but until we get>that 2m aperture telescope... I am looking forward for these photos...bestChristian
Very nice capture. Much better than being there . Thanks for posting.
Roger It's still, ISO, aperture and shutter-speed, right?
Don't know that I'd know that if you didn't point it out, but can see it.Nice shot, makes me want to go buy a more decent scope setup than my Astroscan 2001!!Pete
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