Saturn, Stages of a planetary image. 9.25 inch telescope

I shot this video of Saturn on July 7, 2017. I decided to make a video that show the various stages of a planetary image for those who may not know the general process. m The telecope was a Celestron c9.25 and my camera is a ZWO ASI224mc color camera.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn

Deep Space by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Artist: http://audionautix.com/

Comments

Heed the Seen says:

excellent imaging.
Did the rings still show the opposition effect that night?
Does the globe look yellower in person?

flamingo boot says:

I just bought my first telescope 8″ dobs I’m so jealous right now.. I’m still having fun tho

Dialectical Materialism says:

Question. Could this level of clarity of Saturn be achieved with a $400 Dobsonian? The focal length of your telescope is pretty high and I’m worried that mine isn’t high enough to get sharp details at a high magnification.

ScottyP5947 says:

Wow, your seeing is really good!!

Jawad Ahmed says:

Wow! Jaw-Dropping Zoom!

Notts boy24 says:

Great image & nice results there 🙂

Kevin Bourgeois says:

Wow. Just goes to show what you can get if you know what to do in post processing. Well done!

trax lynn says:

Love this!

SLAP Astronomy says:

Very impressive work! Scott

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