Had another opportunity to get some shots of the waning crescent moon, this time on the morning of July 18. Same equipment as my last post, Tele Vue NP127is at prime focus (660mm, f/5.2) with a ZWO ASI178MM-Cool camera using the highest dynamic range gain setting, a Baader 610nm filter and an exposure of 0.015s (all from within Sequence Generator Pro). Processed in PixInsight (sharpening and histogram adjustment) and Photoshop CC2017 (more tweaks and size reduction to conform to the posting guidelines on CN).
I took 256 still frames, but what is shown below is a single sub and one would expect that a stack of the best subs would turn out somewhat better (and without the size reduction required here on CN, the original would be over twice this size).
Also, a crop showing the Aristarchus region at the full scale of the original.
Edited by james7ca, 18 July 2017 - 08:48 AM.