JUPITER STUDY🌍🪐 / ESTUDIO DE JUPITER🌌👨‍🏫

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The sun goes down on the horizon and I am ready to create original and quality content again! For this post I have something very special for you, you will be able to see Jupiter with a great view and we will study in detail all the characteristics of this huge planet including its moons! For this I use my professional high-range celestron telescope, my CANON camera with a 55mm lens, a laser and other accessories, get comfortable and enjoy the post!😮😮

¡El sol se pone en el horizonte y estoy listo para volver a crear contenido original y de calidad! Para este post tengo algo muy especial para ti, podrás ver a Júpiter con una gran vista y estudiaremos en detalle todas las características de este enorme planeta ¡incluyendo sus lunas! Para esto utilizo mi telescopio celestron profesional de alto rango, mi cámara CANON con lente de 55 mm, un láser y otros accesorios, ponte cómodo y disfruta de la publicación!🕵️‍♀️🕵️‍♂️🌌

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EQUIPMENT OBSERVATION AND CALIBRATION AREA🌏🧭 / AREA DE ESTUDIO Y CALIBRACION DEL EQUIPO🔭

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Before going to the field for observation, I first use the Starry Night Celestro program for some reasons, first to locate the planet in real time, so I can orient myself to where I have to point the telescope once calibrated with the Polaris star, as you can see in The area where I will carry out the observation according to the program: Jupiter is to the southeast, so I already know at which cardinal point I should point or I simply use the program where the coordinates are and I enter them in the telescope.🤔😮
Antes de salir al campo para la observación primero utilizo el programa Starry Night Celestro por algunas razones, primero para ubicar el planeta en tiempo real, asi puedo orientarme hacia donde tengo que apuntar el telescopio una vez calibrado con la estrella Polaris, como puedes ver en el area donde realizare la observacion segun el programa: Jupiter esta al sureste, por lo que ya se en cual punto cardinal debo apuntar o simplemente uso el programa donde estan las coordenadas y las introduzco en el telescopio.✅💯

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After selecting the planet we go to description and in other data the position in the sky appears, for example at this time: 13:13 he is at 31.52,859 being the first number degrees! Then I know where to point the telescope is simply to choose the ideal place to perform astrophotography, I thought of the mountain range above because it is high and is far from light pollution!💥💥💥💥💥💥💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💥💥
Luego de seleccionar el planeta vamos a descripcion y en otros datos aparece la posicion en el cielo, por ejemplo a esta hora: 13:13 el se encuentra a 31.52,859 siendo el primer numero grados! luego que ya se donde apuntar el telescopio es simplemente escoger el lugar ideal para realizar astrofotografia, pense en la sierra de la arriba porque es elevado y esta lejos de la contaminacion luminica!⛔🛑

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Today I brought my adventure friend Jose xD he always accompanies me on my adventures, he is a science lover like me! Well, this activity requires an assistant, the celestron EQ-130m telescope weighs about 15kg, remember that in the mountains there is a point where you are outdoors and it is totally uncovered by vegetation and mountains, making it an ideal place for a view. 360 degree! It is very important to bring tripods because in low light scenes tripods are used or the photos are blurred!💥💥
Hoy traje a mi amigo de aventura Jose xD siempre me acompaña en mis aventuras, es un amante de la ciencia como yo! y bueno esta actividad requiere de un ayudante el telescopio celestron EQ-130m pesa unos 15kg, recorde que en la sierra hay un punto donde se esta al aire libre y es totalmente descubierto de vegetacion y montaña por lo que es un sitio ideal para una vista de 360 grados! muy importante llevar tripodes porque en escenas de baja iluminacion se utiliza tripodes o las fotos salen movidas!🦾🧠

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After we load all the observation equipment to the observation site, you can see that I proceed to the mount of the telescope, it is fast since it is assembled, you only need to place the (tube) on the (tripod) and wait for Polaris to appear to calibrate the telescope this is done when your telescope is motorized like mine, what it does is that it moves along with the planet and the image is fixed!💯✅💖💖💖💖✅✅💯💯💯
Luego que cargamos todo el equipo de observacion al sitio de observacion puedes ver que procedo a la montura del telescopio, es rapido ya que esta ensamblado solo necesite colocar el (tubo) en el (tripode) y esperar, a que aparezca Polaris para calibrar el telescopio esto se realiza cuando tu telescopio es motorizado como el mio lo que hace es que se mueva junto con el planeta y la imagen sea fija!0️⃣1️⃣2️⃣3️⃣4️⃣

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The disadvantage that I saw from doing the observation in this area is that there was a little wind, I did not expect it so we could photograph the planets, but it is something that I take into account for my next observation! and at 9:00 pm the sun disappears and already jupiter and venus are in the sky!🕵️‍♂️🕵️‍♀️
La desventaja que vi de hacer la observacion en esta zona es que habia un poco de viento, no me lo esperaba mismo asi pudimos fotografiar los planetas, pero es algo que tengo en cuenta para mi proxima observacion! ya las 21:00 el sol desaparece y ya jupiter y venus estan en el cielo!🔭🦾

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While we waited for it to get dark, I had a few beers and a snack with Jose and we talked about how we were doing in our daily life, I mentioned it on one occasion but observing planets is a hobby that gives a lot of relaxation and pleasure!🧠🙇‍♂️💆‍♂️

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JUPITER FEATURES🌏🧭 / CARACTERISTICAS DE JUPITER🔭

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And voila, Jupiter appears in the sky and it is time to photograph it, as you can see in this image Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system that gives us a certain advantage we can observe it with powerful binoculars or a basic telescope! We will only require a telescope with a longer range if we want to see its moons! Jupiter has a certain resemblance to a star that never started to burn, if we see photos from NASA we can see some lines that surround the planet and a large red spot that is due to huge storms!😮😮
Y listo aparece Jupiter en el cielo y es hora de fotografiarlo, como puedes ver en esta imagen Jupiter es el planeta mas grande de nuestro sistema solar eso nos da cierta ventaja podemos observarlo con prismaticos poderosos o un telescopio basico! solo requeriremos un telescopio de mayor alcance si queremos ver sus lunas! Jupiter tiene cierto parecido a una estrella que nunca comenzo a arder, si vemos fotos de la nasa podremos ver algunas lineas que rodean el planeta y una gran mancha roja que es debido a enormes tormentas!🤔🤔

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Jupiter is a giant planet, the largest in our solar system and is made of (gas), incredibly it does not have any solid surface although scientists think that its core could be solid! do you know how big the jupiter core is? Well, the size of the earth .... This gives us an idea of the magnitude of its size! Not only does Saturn have rings, this great planet also has rings, the problem is that they are too faint to see with telescopes!😮😮
Jupiter es un planeta gigante el mas grande de nuestro sistema solar y esta hecho de (gas), increiblemente no tiene ninguna superficie solida aunque los cientificos piensan que su nucleo podria ser solido! sabes que tamaño tiene el nucleo de jupiter? pues el tamaño de la tierra.... Esto nos da la idea de la magnitud de su tamaño! no solo saturno tiene anillos este gran planeta tambien dispone de anillos el problema es que son muy tenues para verlos con telescopios!😀😀

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The main gases that make up Jupiter is Helium and Hydrogen. It has an atmosphere that is too dense! This planet is incredible because if we lived in it one day would last only 10 hours and one year in Jupiter would be 11 and a half years of our earth! if you see in my photos we only appreciate about 3 or 4 moons, but Jupiter has a total of 79 moons😮😮
Los principales gases de los cuales componen Jupiter es el Helio y Hidrogeno presenta una atmosfera demasiada densa! Este planeta es increible porque si vivieramos en el un dia duraria tan solo 10 horas y un año en Jupiter sera 11años y medio de nuestra tierra! si ves en mis fotos solo apreciamos unas 3 o 4 lunas, pero Jupiter tiene un total de 79 lunas🪐🌌

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MOONS OF JUPITER🌏🧭 / LUNAS DE JUPITER🔭

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Here we can see the 3 main moons of Jupiter the first is Europe: it would be the sixth moon of Jupiter it would be the smallest of the 4 satellites that we can observe in the telescope, it is made of rock and is surrounded by a layer of more than 10 km thick of ice, the second moon that we can see in my photo is Io: it is the one that is closest to Jupiter, it would be the one that has the least proportion of water but has the highest density! finally Ganymede: it is the largest natural satellite (moon) that Jupiter has, the proportion of silicate and ice can be said to be 50/50%.⭕✅
Aqui podemos ver las 3 principales lunas de Jupiter la primera es europa: seria la sexta luna de Jupiter seria el mas pequeño de los 4 satelites que podemos observar en el telescopio, esta hecho de roca y lo rodea una capa de mas de 10km de espezor de hielo, la segunda luna que podemos ver en mi foto es Ío: es el que se encuentra mas cerca de Jupiter seria el que menos proporcion de agua presenta pero tiene mayor densidad! por ultimo ganimedes: es el satelite natural (luna) mas grande que tiene Jupiter la proporcion de silicato y hielo se puede decir que es 50/50%. 💥

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Jupiter has a diameter of 142,984 kilometers, that is, more than a thousand planets can fit inside Jupiter, it is at a distance from the sun of 779 million kilometers, it has an average temperature of -110 ° C, something cold, right? The great Galileo in the seventeenth century was the first scientist to observe the moons of Jupiter with a telescope of his own creation!💥💥
Jupiter tiene un diametro de 142.984kilometros osea pueden caber mas de mil planetas como la tierra dentro de Jupiter, esta a una distancia del sol de 779millones de kilometros, tiene una temperatura media de -110°C algo frio no?, El gran Galileo en el siglo XVII fue el primer cientifico en observar las lunas de Jupiter con un telescopio creado por el mismo! 😮😮🧔

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In this photo we can see the other satellite of Callisto, it is special because it is the third largest natural satellite in our solar system, it is also 50/50% rock and ice!😮😮

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MY EXPERIENCE🌏🧭 / MI EXPERIENCIA🔭

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Every time I fall more in love with astrophotography, it is an excellent hobby to learn a little more about our universe, despite being expensive because I spent about 2 thousand euros on equipment and not to mention that I still lack things to buy, it is something that is worth it! Today we learned a lot about the largest planet in our solar system, as well as giving you beautiful detailed photos about the moons! I hope you enjoyed my post!😎😎
Cada vez me enamoro mas de la astrofotografia es un excelente hobbie para aprender un poco mas sobre nuestro universo, apesar de ser caro porque e gastado unos 2mil euros en equipamente y sin mencionar que aun me faltan cosas para comprar es algo que vale la pena! hoy aprendimos mucho sobre el pleneta mas grande de nuestro sistema solar, ademas de darte hermosas fotos detalla sobre las lunas! espero que hayas disfrutado de mi post!🤑🤑😉

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https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/all-about-jupiter/sp/
https://mundoeducacao.uol.com.br/geografia/planeta-jupiter.htm
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https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calisto_(sat%C3%A9lite)
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%8Do_(sat%C3%A9lite)
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europa_(sat%C3%A9lite)
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganimedes_(sat%C3%A9lite)
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%BApiter_(planeta)

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Wow great job, I enjoyed reading your post.

Your work is absolutely enlightening boss. I learnt that jupiter is the largest planet on the solar system and also that we all need to at least make friends that will help and as well get help from us one day. Good friends I mean.

Eyy brooo thankk!!!

You are welcome

Hoy Descubrí que existía la astrofotografía, realmente parece un mundo apasionado, y más aún si buscamos aprender todo lo relacionado a este gran planeta llamado Júpiter. Saludos y gracias por compartir este excelente post.

This is amazing. Almost like an episode from one of those Astronomy shows I love to watch. Thank you for sharing.


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This is amazing. Almost like an episode from one of those Astronomy shows I love to watch. Thank you for sharing.


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