I finally got Uranus with my Nexstar 5i to round out my solar system images. The hardest image to get as an amateur is the Earth. The best I could do is a photo of the earth's shadow outlined by the time-lapse of the moon moving through its shadow during a lunar eclipse. I am still missing Pluto but that will have to wait.
Here are the details:
1. All of the planet photos are with the 5i and an ASI120MC-S
2. The moon and the sun are with a Nikon D7500 and a Sigma 150 - 600 mm lens (about a 90 mm primary aperture)
3. The lunar eclipse was taken with a Pentax MG, 130 mm f/4 lens and Fuji Super G+ film
Edited by Rreedone, 13 July 2020 - 12:05 AM.