I think there's a name for titles like that, but at 25*F and early in the AM my brain's not so straight.
Bad seeing too.. looked like the whole continental US had bad jetstream. I hope someone west of here got better as it was fairly low on the horizon here.
I forgot about the time delay in stellarium but that was OK as I overslept a bit anyway. Most of the frames are washed out by the trees but you can make out the shadow in the final 3 or so frames. I also caught Dione in a few frames riding the upper left ring, long before it's transit. So no quad transit, but I was able to get something and that still counts! Lucky me, the sky was clear.
Animation from 1018 to 1114UT:
|Origin:||ObservationManager - SolarSystem Catalog 1.0|
|Begin:||2009-02-24 um 04:00:00-05:00|
|End:||2009-02-24 um 06:20:00-05:00|
|Weather:||Poor seeing Great transparency FREEZING 25*F|
|Equipment:||I used: Ubuntu 8.04 Linux and custom coriander CGE mounted 8" Celestron C8i SCT Lymax Cat Cooler DMK 21AF04 2.5x PowerMate Astronomik LRGB filters True Tek Color Filter Wheel with visu diag|
|Comments:||Didn't leave the scope out overnight and it may have impacted some but little of the conditions. I miss timed the Titan Transit becuase of the time delay / light propogation issues with Stellarium. I fixed that now1|
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|Focal length:||2032.0 mm|
|Focal length:||2.5 mm|
|Vendor:||The Image Source|