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Jupiter and Saturn from 2019 04 19. The video is from the from after it has been stabilised with PIPP.
Imaging Software: https://www.sharpcap.co.uk/
Image stabilisation: https://sites.google.com/site/astropipp/
Stacking Software: https://www.autostakkert.com/
Images tweaked with https://www.astronomie.be/registax/
Music: https://www.bensound.com Track: Better Days

Here is the stabilised video for the transit of Ganymede of Jupiter that I caught on 2019 06 26. I didn't have any tracking at the time so I used the drift technique where video of the planet drifting across the field of view. Jupiter pulsates because at edge of the field of view it dims. To stabilise PIPP (https://sites.google.com/site/astropipp/downloads) is used.

This is a short video of my first attempt at tracking the moon with my motorised EQ2 mount. I couldn't see the celestial pole from my observing location so I had to use an app to align my mount so not ideal.

Here is some footage taken with my telescope on an un-tracked Dobsonian mount and webcam then a still was created from the video. The still was created using Image Composite Editor from Microsoft Research division of Microsoft Corporation.
Music: https://www.bensound.com Track: Slow Motion

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