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=== Planetary Filters === ----As with deep sky imaging, planetary can also be done with either an osc camera or mono. Some OSC cameras such as the ASI 224MC offer high IR sensitivity which can be of benefit. When imaging the moon and not intending to saturate the soil colour, an IR Pass filter may be employed to cut through the worst of the atmospheric seeing which affects the bluer end of the spectrum. Alternatively you may require an IR cut filter when imaging mars if you wish to attain colour accuracy. Other specialty filters also exist such as Ultra violet bandpasses, or Methane CH4. These allow for imaging of specific cloud structure detail in planets which may not be otherwise visible in broadband RGB.
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