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Constellation Auriga and Jupiter

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LUMIX DMC-GH2, Ai NIKKOR 28mm F2. ISO3200 1/2. 2012/08/25



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Jupiter and moons captured with a 80mm refractor + Vesa pro webcam +2x Barlow lens + Baader contrast filter



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Jupiter in good conditions on August 1st captured by Damian Peach.
A double transit of the moons Io and Europa is just ending.

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Jupiter and its moons (left to right - Ganymede, Io and Europa, Jupiter, Callisto) captured with a 100mm f6 refractor + Vesta pro webcam + Green filter.

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(Test for a Front mounted green filter)



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Outbursts on Jupiter intrigue astronomers

Amateur astronomers are being urged to monitor giant planet Jupiter after major disturbances were seen erupting in two regions of its northern hemisphere.
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Ed ~ i noted an odd appearance of Jupiters belts (as if one belt had faded) on the 30th June. 



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Venus and Jupiter in morning sky, 30-06-2012

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Credit Halaikaner 



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Date: 19:14:32 UT, 23rd February, 2012

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Jupiter 8mm in Orion XT8 (Cropped) 

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Credit XT8Dob

Cropped iPhone footage of Jupiter through 8mm Plossl, stacked #80A colour filter, variable polariser, and Skyglow filter.



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Jupiter captured with a short focus 102mm Helios refractor and Vesta pro webcam. Baader contrast filter + IR-cut filter. + 2x Skywatcher Barlow lens.

The 'great red spot' is just visible as well as the two main bands



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Jupiter captured with a short focus 102mm Helios refractor and Vesta pro webcam. Baader contrast filter + IR-cut filter. + 2x Skywatcher Barlow lens.

(hazy cloud but air was still)



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