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Re: the sun,5 moons and a planet

Post by kentrb » Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:15 pm

thanks richc
yes it is jupiter and moons
the most i could do from here as far as time lapse,is an arch across the sky
i suspect if you were far enough north ,at the right time of year,maybe you could get a bigger arch across the sky.
not sure about that
space may be able to get a different view
i have tried to do a time lapse of polaris in a full circle before,but not enough night time to pull it off,lol

:cheers:

Re: the sun,5 moons and a planet

Post by Richc » Thu Dec 27, 2012 3:45 pm

:cheers: Fossil.

Is that Jupiter and its moons.?

Has anyone ever done a very long time lapse on Jupiter and its moons...

I would love to see them wizing around every few seconds..

Maybe its not visible long enough to do it.?

RIK

the sun,5 moons and a planet

Post by kentrb » Thu Dec 27, 2012 8:34 am


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