After a months-long effort to get the best lunar images, I finally succeeded and to my surprise, Sky&Telescope, after I submitted it, published it in the September issue of the magazine on page 78. I imaged it when the moon was very high in the sky and I think I dialed in Autostakkert and Registax as well as I could. The image was
of Ptolemaeus and Aphonsus and shows sozens of craterlets inside of Ptolemaeus. I previously submitted the image in Cloudy Nights but after reprocessing, I was
able to flesh out a lot more detail. This image here shows a lot more detail than the reproduction in the magazine but I was happy to get published. I imaged it with a 9.25" Celestron SCT with a 2X Barlow and a ZWO monochrome camera.