Jupiter

Jupiter_February2,2014
Photo of Jupiter taken on February 2, 2014, through eyepiece projection method with a 4-in f/9 refractor, a 6 mm eyepiece, a UV-IR filter, and a Philips SPC900NC/00 web camera. Jupiter’s cloud bands and the Great Red Spot are visible in this photo. Photo Credit: Anthony Urbano
Jupiter_12March2016
Photo of Jupiter taken on March 12, 2016, through eyepiece projection method with a 4-in f/9 refractor, a 5 mm eyepiece, and a Canon 1100D DSLR (in video mode). Jupiter’s cloud bands and the Great Red Spot are visible in this photo. Photo Credit: Anthony Urbano
Jupiter_July7,2012
An animation of Jupiter demonstrating the planet’s rotation in a span of just 30 minutes, created from a total of 17,000 frames (equivalent to 40 gigabytes of image data), processed using IRIS. Jupiter completes 1 full rotation on its axis every 10 hours. Image captured through eyepiece projection method with a 4-in f/9 refractor, a 25 mm eyepiece, and a Philips SPC900NC/00 web camera. Photo Credit: Anthony Urbano
Jupiter a few minutes before it disappears behind the moon on August 12, 2012 as observed from Quezon City, Philippines. This image is a post-processed screenshot taken from the video timer setup.

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