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    Jupiter & Io Shadow Transit

    After two weeks of clouds and thick haze, I finally decided to take another shot at Jupiter, even though the haze required X4 the length of exposure (1/4 of the frame rate too). I've attached a reduced jpeg of Io, its shadow, and Jupiter, w/ the GRS. Seeing was fair, transparency was bad.

    Robert
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    Lovely shot considering our atmospheric conditions. Speaking of which, you have captured a beautiful example of counter directional coriolis winds at the equator.

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    A Fine shot it is Robert, Also nice presentation. Looking forward to see more.

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    Very nice. Thanks for posting.

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