On June 29 I was able to capture three sequences that I thought I might use for a panorama that would allow me a flyover along the terminator of the moon (by making an animation/video form the high resolution still image). However, I had some issues that caused a crash in SharpCap and then a long wait for any response from Windows such that about 30 minutes passed before I could complete a forced reboot and recovery in Windows. It's amazing what 30 minutes can do to your seeing conditions and now with that delay the moon was getting pretty low in the sky (almost behind a tree top).
The seeing conditions got bad enough that I doubted that I could complete a useful panorama, but I finished the last two sequences anyway (and I had to delete one of the previous captures because the crash in SharpCap corrupted the file).
To create the three sections I rotated the camera to keep the frame parallel with the terminator and as soon as I saw the finished panorama I noticed that the framing created a rather interesting geometric figure in the shape of, well, a kind of smile. Either that or the moon was mocking me with an evil grimace.
In any case, I may or may not try to convert this to a flyover animation but I think the still image is still worth posting.
Image capture was done using a Celestron C6 (native f/10) and a ZWO ASI178MM camera with a Baader 610nm Long Pass filter. Image processing in AutoStakkert! (best 20% of 4096 frames for each sequence), Registax, Microsoft's free Image Composite Editor (for the panorama), and Photoshop CC2019.
The reproduction below was reduced from the original 6854 x 3274 pixel image.