sam gibbs


On my last night in the Himalayas i was finally able to get a little time to do some personal observations after the camp series had finished. Despite the wind and near freezing conditions i was able to capture nice images of Jupiter using double stacked 2x barlows, the I Nova PLAC2 camera attached to a 8' Celestron HD Edge and several blankets. These are wihtout question the highest resolution photos i have ever been able to manage. 

Post processing was completed with Registax and Gimp. jupiter 103


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    About Me

    I work as a STEM content developer in India. As part of my work i organize and conduct Astronomy Camps in high altitude sites in the Himalayas for school students and special interest groups. (Astrotrek). I have been an amateur astronomer for 40 years.


    Location:Delhi, Delhi