Antilhue - Chile

Jupiter on 14.03.2004
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Image Data

Designation Jupiter
Object type Outer planet
Coordinates at exposure time 10h58min  +08°08'  ( Leo ) 
Description The golden dot of Jupiter's inner moon Io is seen transiting the planet's disk and casting its shadow on the northern equatorial belt.  Imaged shortly after opposition, Jupiter was shining at mag -2.50 with an angular size of almost 45 arcseconds.
Exposure AVI-RGB 1/25 s, best 220 frames of one 90 s AVI file at 10 fps.
Camera Philips Toucam PCVC 740K webcam
Optics RCOS 14.5" Ritchey-Chrétien @ f/9 + projection by Baader FFC to approx. f/25
Mount Astro-Physics AP1200GTO
Software K3CCD for acquisition, Registax 2.0 for registration and stacking, "A Trous" wavelet sharpening and mild SGBNR in Pixinsight Beta
Location - Date - Time San Esteban (Chile) - 14Mar2004 - 05:09 UTC
Conditions Transparency 7,  Seeing 5-6, Temperature +14°C