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Very impressive Peter. Is that footprints I see?
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Very impressive Peter. Is that footprints I see?
Thanks Marc. Hi-res lunar is far more nuanced than I first thought. There are some excellent examples from European imagers, with Autostakkert seeming to be the preferred tool....I've yet to learn how best to use the software, but rather than curse the Moon for deep sky, I figured why waste a glaring opportunity?
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