I knew that the sun had a lot of sunspots these days. Luckily I had the time when the weather allowed a quick lucky imaging session on January the 17th 2023.
Mars and Pleiades on one Astrophoto, i had it in my mind for some time now. Weather was a mess, but it worked.
A single hole after weeks of clouds. Used the moment for a single shot with legacy lens Olympus Zuiko Auto-T MC 200mm.
In my eyes i reached the minimum goal this year, in the subject of making planetary photos. Neither more nor less.
My first Jupiter (sorry for copy/paste error) with a dedicated planetary camera. In my eyes a huge step forward.
My first Saturn with a dedicated planetary camera. A huge progress compared with my DSLM results.
My Solar Eclipse 2022 picture from Germany, Koblenz. One shot between the clouds! I had a time lapse video in my mind 🙂
Jupiter and the 4 Galilean Moons. Shot at Full Moon evening with APS-C and 4500mm focal length.
Some Lucky Imaging of the surface of the Moon at 99,9%, a few minutes before Full Moon with Barlow and APS-C.
I had a sky full of faint clouds. I had enough time to get a photo between them.