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Alan

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  1. Many thanks for the encouraging comments Guys, much appreciated
  2. After a long absence from astro photography, couldn't resist a high gibbous moon and shot a few of my favourite moon features: Plato region, Sinis Iridum, Gassendi, Copernicus and Clavius region. Fair seeing. C9.25 QHY5L-II mono red filter. F15. 200 frames from 2,000 each, AS2 and Astra Image Plus.
  3. The good seeing has helped you bring out the very best out from this imaging run. Your excellent capture and processing has resulted in a very detailed image that many with a larger scope would be more than happy with (me included)
  4. Very good Michael. The stereo image holds very well and does appear to enhance the detail.
  5. An excellent testament to the superb C8 optics and the absolute value of very good seeing, and of course expert processing
  6. Very nice Angie, well worth the early morning effort
  7. A great collection of very fine shots there Neil especially under bright skies. You must be very pleased with that scope, filter and camera combination!
  8. Nice one Simon all things considered, low altitude etc. Looks like we will have plenty of time to get really good at lunar imaging over the next few years until the planets, apart from Jupiter next year, reach acceptable elevations
  9. Another superbly detailed shot from the big scope Luc especially considering the sky brightness.
  10. Many thanks for your comments guys, glad you like it
  11. Just another pretty crescent moon shot 127 Mak, single frame Canon 1100D.
  12. Very impressive, look forward to the Mars ones.
  13. No depressing isn't it. Let's try to get crowd funding for a communal villa (observatory !) in the Canaries
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