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  1. Used my 2.5 power mate tonight to get some image scale on Mars. It didn't do too bad even though Mars was bouncing all over the screen. First one is 1500 frames per channel. This one was 3 minutes per channel, (I can't remember what the final stack was). The 9 minute duration may have blurred it a bit. Finally this was 60 second per channel. I'd say the top one got the best data. Couple of Saturn's here as well. My post processing is rusty as hell. I simply go through very generic registax and photoshop processing. I need to fine tune all this (noise reduction, sharpening etc). Tonight was more of a warm up to doing better work. I also had the guidescope going for the first time guiding my C14, worked a treat, did a heap of M16 subs which I'll fiddle with later. Thanks for looking Ray Saturn 11 12 13.tif Saturn 15 16 17.tif