The moons of Jupiter

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Avani Soares

Parsec Observatory, Canoas, Brazil

C14 Edge + ASI 224 + Powermate 2X + L filter

Another picture showing many details of the solar system giant, but the idea here was to assemble a picture with its moons and see what it gave.
As seeing was a bit bad I could not get details with greater definition, but in 3 of the 4 moons you can easily see albedo marks.
In fact, I made a mistake in capturing the Moons, I should have captured each one separately, but as Ganymede and Io were very close together I ended up making a single shot of both. This made Io come out assumed and Ganymede in the right tone. Next time I will not do the same nonsense, I will capture each one separately, so it is easy to control the luminosity.
All Moons are 200% resize and have size proportional to each other but not to the planet because in Jupiter a Resize of only 120% was applied.
The photos below were taken from the Win Jupos at the same time corresponding to the photo taken by me.
I believe that as a test for a better night, the result was better than expected.

2017-03-17T00:00:00

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