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First go at Lunar image - Plato?

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After trying to capture Saturn early in the morning, I thought I'd try and get some images of the Moon. This was probably the best - I think dew may have been causing some problems by this point. I think it is the crater 'Plato' but am not sure.

I uses the same kind of process as I have for planetary imaging - use a 2.5x Powermate on a 127mm Mak with an SPC900. I took fewer frames (about 400) and stacked about 125 of them. I took default everything in Registax and did a little processing in CS3 (curves etc). Are there any particular things to be aware of in Registax when processing Lunar images that help produce better images?


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