Peeking at the sky gave me the impression of having a potentially good imaging session, but a thick deck of clouds began covering the sky just before I started recording with my ASI290MM. To avoid being cut off from capturing a full color image, I quickly ran inside to get my ASI224MC. The sky around Jupiter was nearly opaque by the time I started recording.
- The Great Red Spot is rising.
- Ganymede is about to transit over high northern latitudes.
- Io has just left transiting the planet.
Tele Vue 2.5x Powermate
Celestron EdgeHD 8
FireCapture v2.6 Settings ------------------------------------ Observer=Ethan Chappel Camera=ZWO ASI224MC Filter=L Profile=Jupiter Diameter=45.88" Magnitude=-2.61 CMI=160.2° CMII=256.6° CMIII=229.2° (during mid of capture) FocalLength=4450mm (F/15) Resolution=0.17" Filename=2019-06-19-0636_9-EC-L-Jup.ser Date=2019_06_19 Start=06_35_35.567 Mid=06_36_56.944 End=06_38_18.322 Start(UT)=06_35_35.567 Mid(UT)=06_36_56.944 End(UT)=06_38_18.322 Duration=162.755s Date_format=yyyy_MM_dd Time_format=HH_mm_ss LT=UT -6h Frames captured=774 File type=SER Binning=no Bit depth=8bit Debayer=no ROI=496x528 ROI(Offset)=0x0 FPS (avg.)=4 Shutter=63.87ms Gain=504 (84%) USBTraffic=100 (off) AutoHisto=75 (off) AutoExposure=off SoftwareGain=10 (off) FPS=100 (off) WBlue=95 (off) Gamma=50 (off) Brightness=1 (off) WRed=52 (off) HardwareBin=off HighSpeed=off AutoGain=off Histogramm(min)=0 Histogramm(max)=0 Histogramm=0% Noise(avg.deviation)=n/a AutoAlign=false PreFilter=none Limit=150 Seconds Sensor temperature=30.3°C