I have now captured every single planet in our solar system, except the one we are standing on. I feel I have squeezed as much resolution out of my tiny scope as possible. Finally can sell the 150mm f5 reflector with a horrible flimsy focuser, get a larger scope and start from scratch – getting a bit closer with more detail 🙂

Most planets were imaged a few years ago with only Mercury and Neptune left. On November 8-9, 2020, I was able to capture both – Neptune in the evening and Mercury in the morning.

From left: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

Celestron 6″ Newtonian, QHY224c camera, Televue 3x Barlow and Advanced VX Mount.

My “Ball Collection”

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