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Venus Image 2020/03/27(UT)
Stanislas Maksymowicz,Javier Beltran Jovani,Zsolt Kereszty,Silvia Kowollik,Tiziano Olivetti,Frank J Melillo,Ferenczi Imre,Chris Dole,Ethan Chappel,Volker Heesen
Here is a report of venus performed with the 102mm refractor Under average images.
AL was not there,bright spot as well.
Still conspiscious clear poles were collected.
[Stanislas Maksymowicz Ecquevilly,France]
[Javier Beltran Jovani:Castellon-Spain]
18:26-18:32 (UT) seeing 4/10 trans 6/10
[Zsolt Kereszty : Corona Borealis Observatory,Hungary,Gyor]
Here my image of Venus in UV-Light captured with 150/1800 Skywatcher Maksutov,2x Barlow,
ALCCD5L-ii mono and Baader UV-Filter. Captured with Firecapture,
processed with Autostakkert and sharpend with Giotto 2.21. Location is my balcony in Ludwigsburg,Germany.
[Silvia Kowollik Ludwigsburg,Germany]
Under average seeing conditions.
［ティジャノ:オリベッティ バンコック タイ］
[Tiziano Olivetti : Bangkok Thailand]
[Frank J Melillo Holtsville NY U.S.A]
[Ferenczi Imre,Budapest - Magyarorszag HUNGARY]
[Chris Dole : Newbury,Great Britain]
Second consecutive night of stable imaging conditions for Venus. We are now a few days beyond greatest elongation from the Sun.
After a successful attempt with relatively little data on the 26th,I assumed using more data would guarantee a better image of the night side,
but I think that turned out wrong. My two ideas for why are either a slightly shorter exposure (300ms on the 26th,280ms here) or the conditions were less favorable for catching 1000nm light.
[Ethan Chappel Cibolo,Texas,United States]
North is up in all images; observation with apodising screen.
Faint banding was suspected with the W47 (violet) filter; a dark band was suspected in the nothern hemisphere; the same filter showed a bright circular cloud in the southern hemisphere. The W12 (yellow) filter showed only the cusp caps and terminator shading. The cusp caps were not seen with the W47 filter.
[Volker Heesen : Hamburg,Germany]