Jupiter, with Ganymede & Io - September 2010.

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    The Great Red Spot is well seen in this view, spanning almost 18,000km across. Ganymede and Io are also nicely on view with clear surface markings visible.

    September 12th, 2010.
    Celestron 356mm Reflector. Point Grey Flea3 CCD camera. Processed with Registax, PSP5 and Photoshop.

    Marely Vale, Barbados, W.I.
    D. Peach

    markkilner, evansg, write_adam, and 550 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. cayugahull08 32 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot! Beautiful and incredible detail!

    2. Telkine 32 months ago | reply

      Wow ! I'm out of words ! It's just awasome to have all this detail on clouds and his satellites with a land telescope. Direct in favorite !

    3. greenac1 32 months ago | reply

      would you send me a link to this webpage you have please. also would you mind explaining how you get such pictures with what sort of equipment please and thank you .

    4. soon2b-bb 31 months ago | reply

      Wow, congratulations! This is gorgeous.
      I am just starting out in astronomy myself and can see that you use Celestron telescopes. Which do you recommend for a beginner? I am based in East Sussex close to Herstmonceaux so I do get some good dark skies here.
      Thanks and again, well done!
      Rebecca

    5. Photo--Graphy [deleted] 31 months ago | reply

      Bien joué :)


    6. Murasaki Eng-ta 31 months ago | reply

      We even can see two of their satellite!
      Great job, Sir.

    7. PhotoSenseDatum 31 months ago | reply

      EXCELLENT! seen in
      " (point of view)comment on 1 sweeper active"

      collect 5 awards to get the excellence award

    8. Guillermo Abramson 31 months ago | reply

      Damian, this picture is extraordinary. Congratulations on the prize, and on your work in general.

    9. higbyrichard 31 months ago | reply

      Damian,
      A mind boggling image. Showing detail of the moons leaves me speechless. A superb image and worthy winner APOY 2011.
      Just amazing.
      Richard

    10. ironwalker 30 months ago | reply

      Brilliant! This planetary/moons photo is so pretty! I Hunger for more visable planet images.

    11. astroman43 30 months ago | reply

      Ironwalker. This is definitely one of the best jupiter photos i have ever seen.
      Congratulations !

    12. lopez4949™ 30 months ago | reply

      this is what is always above us, we only need to LOOK. -lopez4949

    13. jtaylor14368 30 months ago | reply

      Simply incredible!

    14. itsune2001 29 months ago | reply

      Wow 18,000km, I can't believe. This is a special shot.

    15. hizoka0andou 26 months ago | reply

      Wow... I have no words for this, it looks incredible!!! :D

    16. davies016 8 months ago | reply

      waaoh...that's reallylovely

    17. flyingrat99 8 months ago | reply

      great photo!

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