More ASI120MC Jupiter Images

A montage of my next set of images of Jupiter. I’m starting to feel better about these though they’re still not without problems. I have the gain fairly high to help with the colour, but that seems to result in some “bleeding” into surrounding pixels which has led to a clear “rind” artefact on the western limb. Realistically though I think this is pretty much the last of Jupiter for this year. It’s now way past the meridian by the time we get full darkness and has a significantly smaller angular size than when it was at opposition in December.

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