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Old 30-05-2021, 06:46 PM
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Hi-res Totality

Hi all, here's a high resolution view of the eclipsed Moon at totality. It is a 12-panel mosaic. I took three additional shots of the bright limb at the end of totality to maintain the correct exposure, as the bright limb was so much brighter than the rest of the Moon. The result is approximately at the end of the 14minute totality (21:25 AEST), with bright sunlight just returning to the edge of the Moon.
200mm f/5 reflector and ASI462MC camera, 20-40s video per panel, 2x2 binning. Processed in Autostakkert!3, Registax and compiled and brightness equalised in Photoshop.


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Old 31-05-2021, 02:54 PM
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Nicely captured and processed Andy, there was quite a strong intensity gradient for this eclipse.

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That's pretty awesome Andy. You've got some really nice details. The seeing here was atrocious.
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