With air turbulence from the extreme heat of sough Texas, higher focal length shooting was not very favorable. This was from last Sunday, and the temps are even higher this weekend, reaching around 105°F (40.5°C) in some places.
Those temperatures cause the air between the scope and planets to wave, much like the asphalt in the desert in a movie you have seen.
I’m not saying I want it to snow down here, but I would gladly take some 80 degree days here pretty soon.
Celestron Nexstar 8SE
60% of 10,000 frames
Stacked in AutoStakkert3
Wavelets in Registax
Final touches in Photoshop
Solar System 📷 Photo location
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Oh my lanta, yes some 80° weather would be so nice right now! The south is tryin to kill us all 😂
Amazing! Yes this Texas heat has been hot.
Awesome. Great clarity!!
Magnificent and Tranquil!!
Nice work dude!! Looks great 👌🏽👌🏽
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Wow that's really dope man 👏👏
Woah that baby is SHARP
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Man you know the steps you been doing it I’m not greedy
That's so crazy!
I’m a bit of a science nerd. I follow NASA, I look at images of planets, satellites, nebulas, etc. regularly. But I have to admit, no matter how many images I’ve seen, nothing compares to the first time I looked through a telescope and saw Saturn for the first time with my own eyes. It was simply awe-inspiring and it looked much like this. Awesome job on the photo.