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Astrophoto: Moon, 2022-10-09

Some Lucky Imaging of the surface of the Moon at 99,9%, a few minutes before Full Moon with Barlow and APS-C.

An evening to work on my Lucky Imaging Process. While my QHY462C still didn‘t want to work as expected, I decided to work with my APS-C in combination with the 2.5x barlow on the Moon surface.

Moon - Kepler and Copernicus Crater
The two massive Moon crater Kepler (left) and Copernicus (right)
Moon - Tycho Crater
The most massive crater on the Moon, the Tycho crater.

Technical overview

TelescopeVIXEN VISAC VC200L
Focal Length4500mm
Aperture ratio22.5
Erecting Lense2,5x Televue Powermate
Filter
MountSkywatcher HEQ-5
Goto-ControlEKOS
Mount ControlINDI
CameraCANON EOS M100(a)
Movie resolution1280×720
Methodfocal projection
Camera Control
Photography Date09.10.2022
Exposure-Time Lights25% out of 10.000 Frames
SensitivityISO 1600
Post Processing Date09.10.2022
Stacking, IntegrationPIPP, AutoStackert
Post Processing SoftwareRegistax
Image EditingAffinity Photo
Capture PlaceKoblenz, Germany
LightpollutionBortle 5
Scattered lightstrong

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