Planetary Imaging using SPC900NC Toucam

Finally after years of trying to get decent planetary images through a webcam, I was able to get it right last Jan. 13, 2011 and Jan. 24, 2011.

I used my C90 Cassegrain-Maksutov telescope, CG5-GT Mount, and the SPC900NC  Toucam to get the moon and Saturn images below.  Image processing was done in Photoshop and Registax 5.1

I hope to get images of Jupiter and Venus soon. Clear skies!🙂

~ by Stella's Gaze on January 26, 2011.

5 Responses to “Planetary Imaging using SPC900NC Toucam”

  1. OMG! These are so cool! Without a doubt, you will be successful with this. Keep the faith!😀

  2. Thanks, Jumax!😀

  3. Congratulations! You got great pictures!

  4. […] took my first pictures of Saturn by webcam imaging last January 2011. This morning, after long hiatus (thanks to the rainy weather since June), I finally imaged the […]

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