This is another nice photo of Jupiter on its perihelia opposition. It was taken by Professor Dr. Michael Schuster in Munich, 20.09.10.
Here is what he said:
The upcoming perihelia opposition of Jupiter in mind I decided to purchase a DBK 21AU04.AS camera, to see how it performs as a stand-alone solution and as a potential RGB source for L-RGB composites e.g. with my DMK 21AU04.AS camera.
In the night of September 20th I recorded a series of videos (30 fps, BY8, RGB24, Baader UV/IR filter) with the new camera which was mounted to a Celestron C 9.25 OTA operated at F22. Seeing conditions were good (7/10). The videos were processed with Registax 5 (Alignment: Center of gravity; Stacking: 1424 out of 4537 frames at a 98% quality level; Wavelet Sharpening: Levels 2&3) and Adobe Photoshop CS2 (final processing).
I am happy with the new camera and I guess convenience will more often get out of hand .
Thank you Professor!
BTW, your previous photos of the Moon aroused interests among visitors. There are a few comments left in that post. Would you like to communicate back?