I spent Wednesday evening jumping all over the sky taking various pictures with my Canon T3i piggybacked on my 8" Meade LX90, and at the end of the session I slewed over to the moon to take a peek. The sky was unusually stable, and I felt like I had to try to get some Moon images, so I put on my T-Ring adapter and took five videos covering the surface of the Moon. My PC takes forever to stack these videos, so I've been working on that in my spare
time since Thursday morning. Finally, this afternoon, I got them all stacked and processed. Used I.C.E. to make a mosaic. Took and older picture I took of the full Moon and darkened it to use for what little there would have been of the
"dark side", then used a picture I took Wednesday night in the area of the Rosette Nebula (the Moon covers up where the Rosette would have been had I collected enough data). Anyway, I know it isn't "astronomically correct", or everyone's cup-o-tea, but I like it. The second photo is the mosaic without all of the GIMP wizardry, only the I.C.E. wizardry.
Hope you enjoy them - Tim