I've been playing around with LRGB composites of the Moon, and I happened to have some color data from April 12 that I hadn't touched until now. This image was previously posted in monochrome, and here is a color version. There isn't much color on the Moon, but there are subtle hints. The color data comes from a Nikon D5600, using the C9.25 Edge HD. Part of the reason I hadn't touched it until now is that I don't normally use the DSLR on that scope, and I wasn't happy with the outcome. The D5600 doesn't have a mirror lock up mode, and so the best I could do was a 1.5s second delay between mirror up and shutter release. This works fine on my 6" scope of 916mm focal length, but at 2350mm focal length with the C9.25, I was not getting sharp images on any of the shots. Nevertheless, the data was good enough to color the monochrome image, again using the LRGB composite program developed by Rolf.
Full sized image is here: