I had some steady seeing 2 nights ago between the rain storms and managed to get a few shots off. Some of the best seeing around here comes from the gaps between the rain clouds.
After some discussion in my last post, in this post I have included LRGB and RGB images. Please note for the LRGB images the L channel comes from a luminance filter and not derived from a red or IR filter. I have not included a shot from a IR filter, basically because I do not have one.
All images were taken through a C14 using a ASI290MM. The SER durations are 2 minutes for L, 90 seconds for each of the 3 colours. All channels were derotated in Winjupos.
For the CM334 image a number of craters can be made out around the Hellas basin including Schaeberle and Huygens. A number of others can be seen which I can't positively identify.
In the CM4 image you can spot the 4 craters in row near the Argyre basin, these being Galle, Wirtz, Helmholtz and Lohse. Darryl also caught these in his last post. It is possible the settling dust may be making the craters more visible than normal.
Thanks for looking.