a hint of the north polar cloud, but no hexagon
can see Cassini's division and the maybe Encke minimum
the images are taken by using a video camera, stacking thousands of short long exposures
allowing processing software to select the images least distorted by seeing
stacking thousands of images in this way gives a much more sharp image
in theory one can upsample the video by 2x to get better magnification
so i decided to do a test, comparing and upsampled image
with an image using a 2.5x barlow to give more magnification
but requiring longer exposure.
which will be better?
larger magnification with longer exposure
or shorter exposure eliminating seeing effects?
compare the Encke minimum and colored bandsclose, but i think the barlow wins
though the seeing wasn't really sufficient for either