My 2020 Solar System astrophotography targets

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While the deep sky objects are great fun to shoot, so are targets within our own solar system. Here's a look back at my 2020 solar system astrophotography targets.

Moon
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Jupiter
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Saturn
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Mars
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Uranus
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Milky Way
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Comet Neowise
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ISS transit of the Sun
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Comet Neowise
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ISS flyover
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Homestead star trails
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It looks like you had a good year. Very nice images.
 
Whoa! These are great!
 
Great set and I probably won't take another moon shot until I think everyone's forgotten yours, :02.47-tranquillity: that's an awesome shot of the moon. Good work.
 
All have interest.
 
Whoa! These are great!
Thanks!

Great set and I probably won't take another moon shot until I think everyone's forgotten yours, :02.47-tranquillity: that's an awesome shot of the moon. Good work.
Thank you! This moon shot is actually a 34 panel mosaic of individual high magnification images. The individual panels were shot at 4000mm equivalent focal length. It probably took 30 min just to capture the frames, then another hour to process it.

All have interest.
Thanks!
 

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