What you see here is the moon taken with the Lumix G2 coupled to a Nikok F adapter, that coupled to a Tokina 2x teleconverter, then all of that on a T-adapter coupled to a LAR on the back of the orange Celestron C-90 (1000mm, f11) telescope! All of this works out to an affective focal length of 4000mm at f22 (1000mm + 2x teleconverter + 2x crop factor of the G2).
I did about a dozen shots over a wide ranger of shutter speeds to ensure I got one I liked. The G2's shutter was fired with a remote release, and the C-90 was mounted on a Celestron alt-az tripod. This image is just as it came from the camera..it wasn't cropped or enlarged in any way.