"The large-scale homogeneity of the universe makes it very difficult to believe that the structure of the universe is determined by anything so peripheral as some complicated molecular structure on a minor planet orbiting a very average star in the outer suburbs of a fairly typical galaxy."

— Steven Hawking



Jupiter at 1:00 am this morning. Now that the southern equatorial belt is missing, the red spot really stands out.

Imaged through 5" refractor @ f-14 rgb filters.

Yes indeed. This is a

Yes indeed. This is a fantastic shot.

5" refractor ?

5" ?
What Nx Barlow did u use?
What was the 'final' focal length?

Tak TOA-130(f7.7 1,000mm

Tak TOA-130(f7.7 1,000mm fl)+Meade2X barlow for a total fl of 2,000mm.
Starlight Xpress sxvh916 300 exposure each in Red, Green and Blue filters combined in maxim.