How can I improve my astrophotography?
It was made from a ~20 second video of Jupiter using a Nikon Coolpix S3000 digital camera. The framerate of the camera is 30fps. The video of Jupiter was processed using Registax.
I'd like to state a few things. Since my telescope has a dobsonian mount and isn't motorized I have to improvise when taking pictures. What I do is once I get an image on the scope, I place my camera up to the eyepiece of the lens and start recording, and track the image as it moves along the field of view with my camera. Then I take the image and process it on registax. I am curious as to why my image doesn't look anything near as good quality as the following, taken with a 6" telescope.
Should I change the settings on my camera? Longer exposure? I'm open for tips and suggestions.