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  1. Blazar

    Plato and Vallis Alpes

    From the album: Edge 800 & 1100 HD

    Shot from the 19th. Non barlow shot using the Edge1100. Think there are hints of the rille running down the centre of the Vallis. Thanks for looking
  2. Not an ideal night for astronomy, the sky did appear to clear but it was too murky for imaging deep sky objects and the seeing was pretty rubbish so imaging the moon was like peering through jelly. Still, something came out and perhaps with a bit more processing the shots can be improved. This image shows Crater Plato and Vallis Alpes cutting through Montes Alpes in the northern hemisphere near Mare Imbrium. Image made from a 1000 frame video Captured with FireCapture Processed with PIPP, Registax and Photoshop. Equipment: Celestron NexStar 127 SLT GoTo AltAz mount with homemade wedge ZWO ASI120 MC imaging camera x2 Barlow
  3. Hello After processing a film on the subject the result was not good, but he dragged one that ultimately was much better. This is in IR 685 which leaves a little margin to do better with less turbulence. Once again it is my best picture of this area. Good walk over. The lighting in the axis showcases the rilles perpendicular to the detriment of the main rille in which we begin to see details. the lunar Alps were likely formed by a sudden collision that created the giant impact basin known as the Mare Imbrium or Sea of Rains. Have a good day. Luc At 75% : At 100% :
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