Jupiter with a webcam

As I can’t add an image in a comment, I’ve had to do it here instead. I took loads of videos using my 8″ and a Philips SPC900NC webcam [plus IR/UV filter and Baader Neodymium contrast filter] from outside my front door in central Kendal on Monday evening. So far I’ve only had time to process one – so here it is. Io is visible at 4-o-clock about 1 Jupiter diameter away. JupiterWC_0010 and Io 2034 Mar 10

Really pleased with this. 300 frames stacked in Registax. Image taken 20:34, 10th March 2014. Jupiter’s north pole is at approximately 7-o-clock.

Ian Bradley

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  1. If I have configured it correctly, you can now attach a photo to your comment. Click in the box and select a .jpg .gif or .png up to 2MB.

    It will display after the text of your comment like this one of Jupiter setting over the Langdales:

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