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Luna Last Quarter

This was the best of the many shots that I took at 2.30ish this morning. I guess the seeing was just better at that moment. I found it helpful to count the craters within Clauvaus to judge the quality of the images.

Prime Focus with 102mm ED F11. Canon M50 camera, 1/250sec with 400asa.

Images: Slate filter, Neo-Zeke filter & the original (unedited).
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Great moon with the shadow across those craters.
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Old 02-08-2021, 07:26 AM
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Thanks Ray!
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