A brief spin on the GRS

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A brief spin on the GRS

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Captured on December 5, 2022 between 22:51 and 23:51 UT
45 frames of 60 sec with 20 sec break
C14 Edge + ASI 290MC + PM 2X + L Filter
Parsec Observatory, Canoas, Brazil
by Avani Soares
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That was great video Avani!
Amazing detail
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Spectacular! Thanks for sharing.
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nice work , thx .
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Congratulations Avani for having your image selected as todays TSS APOD!

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Spectacular video! Just wow!
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Hi Avani. Well, another great masterpiece from you again. You have a great Jupiter video with the C14 Edge, showing the equatorial belts, temperate belts, festoons, and the GRS. Well done Avani and congratulations on receiving another much deserved TSS APOD Award.
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Incredible detail! Congrats on a well deserved APOD!

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