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 Post Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 8:11 pm 
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I have just acquired my ASI 120 MM but there has been little clear sky. Anyway I tried it out in daylight for some Lunar captures and then in darkness on Jupiter. In all cases I used my SCT 9.25" at f/20. I use AS!2 and Firecapture software (free). For all my Jupiter exposures I get a pixel matrix appearing on the final stack. Is this usual or a fault with the camera?


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File comment: My first ever Lunar capture. Great shadows!
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File comment: SW Appenines
Moon_Eratosthenes_l.jpg
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File comment: Jupiter with Io and Callisto passing over the pole.
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