I've never photographed the innermost and illusive moon, Miranda. I think it was nearly washed out in overexposed glow of Uranus at 5sec and full gain. With delicate sharpening and fine processing of levels A 'spike' off the disk appears in the right spot enough for me to consider it photographed for now.
Here's an animation of the overlaid simulation from WinJUPOS:
I attempted some Infra-Red shots as well but the seeing did NOT cooperate to give any details of banding or polar cap.
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Michael A. Phillips
- Loving husband, proud father, computer geek, astro freak, music lover, sports nut and general fun-loving guyI've always loved facts, provable facts of nature and things concerning science.Over time, I found that most facts are mostly reference and it was the creation of and discovery of new things that intrigued me."A good friend once told me you are our memorywithout them we equal nothingAnd all I can see is the place I wanna beSuddenly my life was so freeLeaves at my feet, blown to the groundtheir echoes are reaching my earsNights coming fast, suns going down" - A7x