Thanksgiving Mars


dvjbaja
 

Here are a few snaps of Mars taken during the Thanksgiving week.   All done with the Mak 10 at f/22 with Tak extender and Player One Mars-C camera.  The north polar cloud cap is quite interesting.  

jg


Roland Christen
 

Those are great shots.

Roland

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Here are a few snaps of Mars taken during the Thanksgiving week.   All done with the Mak 10 at f/22 with Tak extender and Player One Mars-C camera.  The north polar cloud cap is quite interesting.  

jg


Karen Christen
 

Really nice, John.

Karen

AP

 

From: main@ap-ug.groups.io <main@ap-ug.groups.io> On Behalf Of dvjbaja
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Here are a few snaps of Mars taken during the Thanksgiving week.   All done with the Mak 10 at f/22 with Tak extender and Player One Mars-C camera.  The north polar cloud cap is quite interesting.  

jg


Emilio J. Robau, P.E.
 

Super Cool


 

John those are beautiful!

I don't see you posting much in the planetary fb group, get over there we need some inspiring Mars images :)

On Fri, Dec 2, 2022 at 8:59 AM dvjbaja <jpgleasonid@...> wrote:
Here are a few snaps of Mars taken during the Thanksgiving week.   All done with the Mak 10 at f/22 with Tak extender and Player One Mars-C camera.  The north polar cloud cap is quite interesting.  

jg




Richard S. Wright Jr.
 

Very fine work there.

Richard


On Dec 2, 2022, at 11:59 AM, dvjbaja <jpgleasonid@...> wrote:

Here are a few snaps of Mars taken during the Thanksgiving week.   All done with the Mak 10 at f/22 with Tak extender and Player One Mars-C camera.  The north polar cloud cap is quite interesting.  

jg <MARS composite AP.jpg>


dvjbaja
 

Thanks for the thought.  I'm away of Facebook for now. 


Stuart
 

Super shots John!!

Stuart 

On Fri, Dec 2, 2022 at 11:59 AM dvjbaja <jpgleasonid@...> wrote:
Here are a few snaps of Mars taken during the Thanksgiving week.   All done with the Mak 10 at f/22 with Tak extender and Player One Mars-C camera.  The north polar cloud cap is quite interesting.  

jg


dvjbaja
 

Thank you everyone.  The Mak 10 is IMO the finest of AP instruments. 
 
Here's a Saturn almost live, with on the fly wavelets processing at the telescope with Registax.  Cell phone shot off the notebook screen.  Hard to do visual on the planets with these kind of "Polaroid" moments.
 
jg


ROBERT WYNNE
 

Really great capture. Of the planets Saturn is one of my favorite subjects as it always causes one to wonder what the view is from the opposite vertical plane no matter its position when viewed. -Best, Robert

On 12/02/2022 3:10 PM dvjbaja <jpgleasonid@...> wrote:


Thank you everyone.  The Mak 10 is IMO the finest of AP instruments. 
 
Here's a Saturn almost live, with on the fly wavelets processing at the telescope with Registax.  Cell phone shot off the notebook screen.  Hard to do visual on the planets with these kind of "Polaroid" moments.

jg


Emilio J. Robau, P.E.
 

You are one lucky Astronut to own that scope.  Beautiful images.


Roland Christen
 

Super!

Roland

-----Original Message-----
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Subject: Re: [ap-ug] Thanksgiving Mars

Thank you everyone.  The Mak 10 is IMO the finest of AP instruments. 
 
Here's a Saturn almost live, with on the fly wavelets processing at the telescope with Registax.  Cell phone shot off the notebook screen.  Hard to do visual on the planets with these kind of "Polaroid" moments.
 
jg


Karen Christen
 

It’s terrific to see people like you – and so many other Astronuts – having a great time with their equipment and hobby.  Thanks for letting us take a peek, as well.  Saturn is looking lovely.

Karen

AP

 

From: main@ap-ug.groups.io <main@ap-ug.groups.io> On Behalf Of dvjbaja
Sent: Friday, December 2, 2022 5:11 PM
To: main@ap-ug.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-ug] Thanksgiving Mars

 

Thank you everyone.  The Mak 10 is IMO the finest of AP instruments. 
 

Here's a Saturn almost live, with on the fly wavelets processing at the telescope with Registax.  Cell phone shot off the notebook screen.  Hard to do visual on the planets with these kind of "Polaroid" moments.

 

jg