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Old 02-10-2020, 05:53 AM
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Moon Challenge/Comparison October

The Moon seems to have pushed everyone underground, so

why not make the most of it!

Post your Moon results in this thread, so we can compare.

Doesn't matter if the data is from the past.


I have set the bar low, to start with :-)
10 of 0.002s subs. Gain 140. Big Newt.
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Old 02-10-2020, 07:00 AM
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Peter,
Thanks for suggesting this , I enjoy imaging the moon or observing it , there’s so much to explore
Here’s my last images of the moon back in July from Bortle 8 Sydney, I suggested a similar thing last year and called it a “Lunathon”
6” f6 Bintel GSO newt
EQ6-R mount
Canon 600D
ISO800
1200 frames 30fps sampling
I forgot exposure settings
Televue Powermates 2x , 2.5x , 4x and 5x with T ring adapters and extensions
BYEOS planetary mode
Stacked in Autostakkert 3
Processed in Registax 6

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Old 02-10-2020, 07:12 AM
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First go at stacking the moon...

10% of 350 frames.
Stacked and sharpened in AS3, file size reduced in PS express. No other processing.

C925 @ f6.3 ASI 294 MC Pro
AZEQ6 (Eq)
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Old 03-10-2020, 11:22 PM
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Bit late to the party and hopefully revive a bit of interest in lunar imaging and observing as I still get enjoyment from it on less than dark sky nights. Thought I'd post some of mine from the past few years. Good suggestion Peter, hope others will keep the ball rolling.
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And some more for your perusal.
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Old 04-10-2020, 09:14 AM
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Love the Plato shot Jeff.
With the rim peak shadows looks amazing.
Not sure of the specs of this shot but it was from 30august2020 I believe.
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Old 04-10-2020, 11:32 AM
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Two views of Copernicus from August I think. I too, enjoy exploring the Moon, both visually and imaging.

Skywatcher Mak 127 at 1500mm, DBK31 mono, FireCapture, Autostakkert and Registrax
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Moon and clouds. It's an old one (I sound like Raymo) but I guess it fits in here. http://www.iceinspace.com.au/forum/s...d.php?t=178721
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Plato is my favorite too...I love custard tarts!
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But my old ones are very different to yours, being daguerreotypes.
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93.7% moonage from early 5th october 2020, very ordinary focus
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But my old ones are very different to yours, being daguerreotypes.
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Old 12-10-2020, 05:07 AM
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Here's something I shot May this year.

Sony A7RIV with 100-400 lens at 400mm and 2x teleconverter, processed in LR, stacked in PIPP, and some more post processing in PS.

This was shot on a tripod.
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Now that is extraordinary Raphael.

It is not often you see such an image.

Well done!
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Now that is extraordinary Raphael.

It is not often you see such an image.

Well done!
Thank you Peter! tried to experiment with the colours on the raw files, pushing them further revealed the blue and orange hues.
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