Lunar terminator time lapse taken on 25th February 2018 (between 20:19 and 23:30).
The animation is of the lunar southern region including the crater Hainzel (middle). The shadows are quickly receding within the walls of Heinzel but this effect slows down as the Sun rises on the lunar surface. Lunar liberation is also evident as a tilting effect. Atmospheric conditions were excellent throughout the night, giving more consistent performance from my scope.
Equipment: Skywatcher Skymax 150 on an EQ5 pro mount. Canon 550D in movie crop mode with a Baader fringe killer filter. I checked the focus of the scope three times with only slight adjustment required.
Each frame is a stack taken from a 5 min video (at 60fps). Each video was recorded with a 10 min interval. Alligning, stacking and processing done with Registax 6, decompressing and final frame alignment done with Pipp.