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 Saturn, again.
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Pablo Rosell
 Monday, March 26 2012 @ 07:48 am EDT (Read 2319 times)  
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Hi guys,
Here is a new pic of Saturn. Hope you like it.
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 Thursday, March 29 2012 @ 07:57 pm EDT  
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An excellent image! The inner-most crepe ring, the C-ring, the A & B rings, and the Cassini division seems wider than usual, but that may just be me, HA! Really super ring details. I LIKE IT!


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Pablo Rosell
 Tuesday, April 03 2012 @ 01:25 am EDT  
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Thank you Bob! It was one of those rare steady nights.


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 Wednesday, April 04 2012 @ 01:58 am EDT  
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You deserve all the credit, Pablo. Great nights are one thing, but you HAVE to be a good astrophotographer to get THIS detail! Of course good equipment counts for a little, too, but its dedication to the hobby that gives you an edge. I've admired your work for a long time.

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 Wednesday, April 04 2012 @ 02:59 am EDT  
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Pablo perhaps I was wrong.


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