My friend, Jim, who I know from work, has a 9 1/4 inch telescope, a good video camera, a dark place to observe from – and tremendous patience!!
He took a set of photos every half-hour for a whole night, processed them and put them together in this video.
It’s amazing the detail people can get these days with good techniques.
See for yourself:
Where to look for Saturn in the sky…
Saturn is up before the morning twilight, low in the southeast just before sunrise, keeping company with Jupiter and Mars.
If you have questions, leave a comment!
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