Last Tuesday night I imaged two overlapping regions of the Moon using my 8-inch Celestron EdgeHD, ZWO ASI 174MM camera, EFW-mini filter wheel, and a TeleVue 3X Barlow at an effective focal ratio of about F/30. Four 5,000 frame AVI files were recorded through a Astronomik 642nm infrared pass filter, then combined into 10,000 frame AVI's in PIPP before 2,000 frames were stacked. The images were then sharpened in Registax wavelets before being assembled into a mosaic. Other regions of the moon were imaged in the same manner, with 1,500 or 2,000 frames stacked to yield the final images. The wider area scenes were recorded with a 2X TeleVue Barlow rather than the 3X. The panes for the mosaic were recorded at the full resolution of 1936X1216 pixels, the crater Copernicus at 912X912 pixels.