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  • John Moore - webcam and DMK images

    North is at the top in the images of the Moon. South is at the top in all other images.
    
    

    Images taken with an Imaging Source DMK21AF618.AS camera:

    Images with an Orion Optics ODK12. Click each thumbnail for a larger picture:
    Jupiter Jupiter Jupiter Mare Humorum

    Images taken with an uncooled Toucam Pro 740:

    Images with a Celestron C11. Click each thumbnail for a larger picture:
    Mercury Saturn Saturn Saturn Saturn Saturn Saturn Saturn Saturn Saturn Jupiter Jupiter Mars Mars Mars Mars Venus Rima Ariadaeus Alpine valley
    
    Images with a 7" Maksutov Newtonian. Click each thumbnail for a larger picture:
    
    Saturn Saturn Saturn Saturn Saturn Saturn Saturn Jupiter Jupiter Jupiter Mars Mars Mars Mars Mars Mars Mars Mars Mars Mars Mars Mars Uranus Moon Southern Highlands Mare Imbrium Petavius Mare Nectaris Alpine valley Ptolemaeus
    Images with a 6" Maksutov Newtonian. Click each thumbnail for a larger picture:
    
    Moon Moon Saturn Saturn Jupiter Jupiter Jupiter Jupiter Jupiter Venus Venus M66
    Images with a 5" Maksutov Newtonian. Click each thumbnail for a larger picture:
    
    Saturn Jupiter Moon
    Animation of the transit of Jupiter's Great Red Spot on 16th March 2004. 6" Maksutov Newtonian with 3X Barlow.
    Seeing poor to average. By measuring individual frames, and calibrating my PC's clock, I conclude that the GRS
    crossed the central meridian at 2158UT +- 2 minutes. Note Io coming out of occultation and moving W in first
    few frames. Click on the image to see the animation. (Note file size is 560 kbyte):
    
    
    Animation of the view of Saturn on 2007 Apr 5th. Note the small black and associated white spots moving
    right to left. CM2 of black spot = 7.8degs:
    
    
    Animation of a double white spot on Saturn on 2008 Feb 15th/16th. CM2 of spot = 341.8degs:
    
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