On the 20th and 22nd March, I had two very busy mornings - capturing Jupiter, the ISS and the Moon all in the space of 2 hours on each of the days. I have finally finished processing the lunar images and am happy to be able to post these.
I used the 2x barlow to capture the ISS and used the Moon to test focus, so I captured a range of targets while waiting for the ISS to appear. Included here are Copernicus, Sinus Iridum, Bullialdus, Aristarchus, Gassendi and Schickard.
Copernicus, Sinus Iridum and more moon images
Thanks for looking.