Popular Post geoflewis Posted October 26, 2020 Popular Post Share Posted October 26, 2020 Back home from Kelling on Saturday and with a clear night on Sunday, I was once again able to capture some more data of Mars. I actually captured 6 x RGB+IR videos, but the seeing was quite variable early on and conditions breezy, making it difficult to keep Mars stable on the chip. Things quietened down as Mars gained altitude close to it's transit, so in the end I only used the last set of RGB+IR videos. Each video was processed as best 1000 frames in AS3! (approx best 7.5%), then sharpened in Registax (R6), derotated and LRGB combined in WinJupos, with a further mild sharpening in R6, before final post processing in PS and Affinity.I am now seeing a very similar aspect to that imaged on 22 Sept, so it is interesting to note how much smaller the south polar cap (SPC) has become. The previous Sept image (not annotated) is also attached below, after reprocessing it for better colour comparison to last night's image.Thanks for looking. 11 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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