Thank you Tom. Greatly appreciate your advice. Here is the result.
Settings on a Williams Optics ZenithStar 80mm II ED through an ASI290MC at a Gain of 61, 3ms subs, 16bitRaw for 30 seconds video
We ran two sets, as the entire Moon disk did not fit inside the tiny ASI290MC sensor. Each one 30 seconds.
The avi out of PIPP had 730+ frames. Out of these we those that were at least 75% quality in AutoStakkert 3.0. Wavelets processing was used in Registax 6 (this introduced the artifacts on the previous image that ruined the color). Then I stitched the two sets in Gimp 2.9.6 and used it to enhance the color.
Regardless, if we assume that the Full Moon was around 31 arc-min. Dawes Limit for the scope was 1.5 arc-sec. The resolution for the camera for 545mm focal length would 1.1 arc-sec. If you review the image, that is exactly the resolution on this image (1.1 arc-sec --> 1 arc sec= 1 pixel ~ 1.2 miles).
Now the reason the color was pushed, was to enhance chemical composition. Blue hues highlight titanium rich areas, on the other hand yellow-orange to brown colors show regions poor in titanium and iron. This is not a calibrated image. Ejecta streaks were highlight to see if their compositions could be determined, something for further study.
Next time, I'll ensure that there are at least 200 images.
Edited by Gvs, 03 May 2018 - 07:50 PM.