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Venus: December 8, 2005

Venus

8" f/6 Maksutov-Newton working at f/12 (Celeston Ultima 2x)
Webcam: Philips PCVC 840K with IR-cut filter
Date: December 8, 2005, 15:02 MEZ Site: Mistelbach, Lower Austria
Exposure time: 464 x 1/500s

Image taken and processed by Howdii.

Mars Gallery

Mars Gallery

Jupiter Gallery

Jupiter Gallery

Saturn Gallery

Saturn Gallery

Uranus: September 6, 2005

Uranus
with its moons Titania (left, 13.9 mag) and Oberon (right, 14.1 mag)

8" f/6 Maksutov-Newton working at f/30 (Televue "Powermate" 5x)
CCD-Camera: SBIG ST-402
Date: September 6, 2005, 23:55 MESZ
Site: Mistelbach, Lower Austria
LRGB image, exposure time: Uranus 20 x 1 sec, moons 7 x 4 sec (2x2 binning).

Image taken and processed by Howdii.

Neptune: September 6, 2005

Neptune
with its moon Triton

8" f/6 Maksutov-Newton working at f/30 (Televue "Powermate" 5x)
CCD-Camera: SBIG ST-402
Date: September 6, 2005, 22:56 MESZ
Site: Mistelbach, Lower Austria
LRGB image, exposure time: Neptune L = 9 x 1.5 sec, R = 7 x 4 sec, G = 4 x 4 sec, B = 6 x 4 sec; Triton 6 x 4 sec (2x2 binning).

Image taken and processed by Howdii.

Pluto: June 2, 2002

Pluto

4.1" f/6.2 APO
Date: June 2, 2002
CCD-Camera: SBIG ST-7E
Site: Niederleis/Lower Austria
Exposure time: 20 sec.

Pluto is pointed at by the short blinking line. North is up. Click here for an Observation Report (in German).

Gegenschein: September 23, 2006

The Gegenschein - September 23, 2006



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