When I opened mailbox this morning I was amazed by a Jupiter animation sent by Emanuele Baldani. The animation consists of steady and continuous frames that cover an interval of 2 hours 40 minutes. Emanuele shot the images in Roma Italia on 15.09, 2010.
You can open the gif by clicking the screen shot below. It might take a few seconds since the file is as big as 2.5 MB.
I want to submit this animated gif of the rotation of Jupiter + GRS + Europa moon.
Celestron Celestar 8″ + The Imaging Source DBK 21AU04.AS + Baader IR cut + Celestron barlow Ultima 2x + Extender, 75 avis processed to get this GIF, the first avi was recorded at 0.24 of 15/9/2010 while the last avi was recorded at 3.05 of 15/9/2010, the total time is 2 hour and 40 minutes, here Jupiter + Great Red Spot + Europa Moon, Roma!
The best thing is the sensibility of the DBK camera that allowed me to get these avis quickly and quite good!
Thank you Emanuele! Fabulous job!