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Saturn Image 2012/05/28(UT)
Fumega Camilo Ucha,Rudolf A.Hillebrecht,Wayne Jaeschke,Efrain Morales Rivera,Marc Delcroix

Toshihiko Ikemura (380mm Newton)

[T.Ikemura Nagoya Aichi JAPAN]
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Fumega Camilo Ucha(310mm.Newton)
Seeing relatively good to average

[Fumega Camilo Ucha  : Galicia,Spain]

Rudolf A. Hillebrecht (235mm SC)
Exceptionally quiet seeing this night. The image partially really seemed to
stand still! I could capture Mars and Saturn before clouds came rolling in. My
best Saturn so far during this apparition. Finally I could work its fine band
colouring. Even some irregularities in the northern bands seem to be detectable.

[Rudolf A.Hillebrecht: Bad Gandersheim,Germany ]

Wayne Jaeschke(356mm SCT)
on a very warm evening and in decent seeing while
the jet stream gives us a break.  Some small spots are present in the NTZ.

[ Wayne Jaeschke ; West Chester,Pennsylvania U.S.A]

Efrain Morales Rivera(300mm SC)
05/28/2012, 02:29ut
LX200ACF 12 in. OTA
CGE mount
PGR Flea3
TeleVue 3x barlows
Astronomik LRGB
Seeing 8/10, 8/10

[Efrain Morales Rivera  Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]

Marc Delcroix (254mm SC)
Under good seeing for the R+IR, but unfortunately with a bad transparency degrading quickly and ruining my color layers:

There are details in the rest of the GWS, especially in R+IR, luminance and green layers.
A montage in R+IR with clockwise starting from 00:00 Mimas hardly visible, Enceladus, Rhea, 
Titan, Dione and Tethys (all satellites brightness have been modified): 

[Marc Delcroix  Tournefeuille,France]

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