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Astronomy Pictures of the Planets [Image 3]

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by Mark Deprest

Jupiter Sketch #3

Sketch by Mark Deprest at Sugarbush Park in Ann Arbor. Drawn September 11, 1998. The drawing was done at the telescope (an 8” f/10 Meade LX10 SCT) and cleaned up at home. Mark used Guide 6.0 to make the template and chart, but the drawing is his. Europa (one of Jupiter’s moons) and its shadow were both visible. Europa, two other Jovian moons (Io and Ganymede) and the Great Red Spot are shown on this sketch.

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See Also

“Sketch the Skies and Improve your Eyes.” by Mark Deprest, January, 1997. Includes additional sketches.


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