Thirty minutes on Jupiter

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Tom Howard

Crawley, Sussex

Celestron Skyris 618C CCD camera, Celestron C11 Schmidt-Cassegrain, Sky-Watcher EQ6 mount.

The Solar System never stands still. These two images were taken thirty minutes apart. In that time, the moons (Io and Ganymede) had progressed around the planet and the storm “Oval BA” had just come into view.

2014-03-16T00:00:00

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