Thursday, February 22, 2007

A Not Very Good Saturn

It's a cruel irony that the best time to image planets is when they're as close to overhead as possible, so that mean imaging in the winter. But winter is the time when seeing is typically lousy. Those twinkling stars that look so nice in the winter sky? That's my nemesis lately.

Anyway, here's last night's effort with the SPC900NC:

1 comment:

Anne said...

Wow! That is fantastic. It is so clear. Well done