Author Christophe Pellier
When it comes to reveal details on planetary disks, we mainly deal with image processing technics. But in this article I will describe how interesting can be another technic that it is the animation of still images to make planetary globles rotate. I have re-discovered this (by the way not…
From August 6th to 9th, 2016, I went back to the Pic du Midi Observatory for a second planetary mission with the 1 meter telescope. It has been a great success especially with Neptune storms imaging!
After the IR-cut article of last time, here is another unavoidable accessory with this color cam (…and every other!): the atmospheric dispersion corrector, or ADC.
After dealing with the sampling of the ASI224MC, here is a second article that talks about an essential accessory: the IR-cut filter.
Getting ready for the arrival of the JUNO spacecraft in orbit around Jupiter, a workshop was held this month in Nice, France, around scientists and amateurs from various countries in the world. High quality informations now available for everyone!