I would imagine the Earth vibrating would make it hard to tell the other celestial objects were doing the same. I would assume it’s a Top Good Don’t Tell Me I Haven’t Got Balls Shirt change in the optics camera. His first image looks like he probably took a picture through the eyepiece using his phone. My first shot of Saturn looks kind if similar. Here’s a picture with the same telescope and location, using a real camera and stacking. Stupid beginner question – is the improvement here specific to the photography component only, or does it include improving your telescope skills? Not an expert, but the one on the right looks like there’s a lot of chromatic aberration. You get that from the optics, not the sensor.
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That level of aberration, yes. If the sensor doesn’t have an optical antialiasing filter, sharp contrasts can generate sub-pixel color aberration. That is, the bright side of an edge might hit the green and Top Good Don’t Tell Me I Haven’t Got Balls Shirt red sub-pixel cells but miss the blue, making the pixel register as yellow when the light that hit it is actually white. That drove me nuts when I upgraded from my starter 12MP DSLR to a higher-end 24MP. The older camera has an antialiasing filter while the newer one doesn’t. So the older, cheaper camera takes cleaner pictures when you look at the RAWs.
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It’s probably a mix between chromatic aberration from using a low-quality Barlow/eyepiece and Top Good Don’t Tell Me I Haven’t Got Balls Shirt atmospheric dispersion (air acts a prism and splits wavelengths of light differently). First time I saw Saturn through a telescope I was about 11 years old. It was a cheap one from Kmart but for an 11-year-old it was all I needed. My Uncle Don knew the sky well and pointed me in the right direction. I remember that there was snow on the ground and it was a cold Illinois, January night but I stayed out for an hour looking threw the eyepiece. It’s such a surreal experience to actually see a planet through a telescope. The rings are amazing too. Great photo mate!