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On 08/14/08 at 10:56pm Barry wrote: Thanks Neil. It's better, but still a long way from what the equipment is capable of under ideal conditions. I took 7 video clips with different exposure settings.... 8_13_h_1a is the best so far. What I wouldn't give for the planet at 60-70 Degrees altitude, instead of down in the soup. By the time I got the un-barlowed green filter image and got set up for a barlowed attempt, the planet was out of my field of view. I think the green filter might have teased out some more detail....as well as the Great red Spot mid-planet. On 08/14/08 at 10:38pm Neil Heacock wrote: Barry, I think this is best Jupiter shot you've posted. Specifically, I'm referring to the one called jup_8_13_h_1a.jpg. That is a fantastic shot. Detail in the bad, not too noisy, very well processed, etc.