More with my series on the moon using small refractors and a ZWO ASI183MM Pro camera.
My most recent image (below) taken on the evening of January 18, 2019 using a Astro-Tech AT72ED (72mm aperture, f/6), a Tele Vue 2X Powermate, a ZWO ASI183MM Pro camera, and a Baader Solar Continuum filter (to limit the bandwidth to between 535nm and 545nm). Best 10% of 2000 frames using Autostakkert!, sharpening with Registax, and with final tweaks in Photoshop CC2017. Tracking was done on a Celestron AVX.
It rained most of this week but we're supposed to have clear skies now until Sunday afternoon (but, it looks like no hope for the lunar eclipse, even a chance of more rain). This should be an excellent opportunity to image the eclipsed moon back on the east coast of the U.S, since the moon is riding very high in the sky and it's also a super moon.
I also have RGB subs from this same session so I'll be producing an LRGB image as soon as I can process all of the images.
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Edited by james7ca, 19 January 2019 - 09:24 AM.