Jupiter image sequence Nov 28 2010 | Clif Ashcraft

Clif Ashcraft
Location of photo
Perrineville New Jersey
Date/Time of photo
Several times from 5:46 to 7:45 pm EST
Flea3 color camera, 2x Barlow and extension tube, 7.25" f/14 Schupmann medial, effective focal ratio f/35. Exposure 0.012 sec, frame rate 80 fps. Each image is a stack of the best 1500 frames from a video of 5500 frames. Processed in Registax5, composite made in PhotoShop
The composition shows a sequence of images of Jupiter showing the SEB revival region on Jupiter as it rotates into view. At the time, the SEB revival occupied over 85 degrees of longitude. The shadow of Ganymede is visible in the first 7 images of the sequence.
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