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Afocal mosaic attempt 5/3/2014

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A very quick attempt at doing a mosaic from Afocal lunar shots. viewing was not the best, lots of intermittent fine cloud, but thought I would give it a go. Taken through a 25MM TAL Plossl, x2 Barlow (I think) wiha small handheld Sony Cybershot, then stitched together in MS ICE. will post up the other none mosaic shots as well in a minute. Thanks for looking.

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Impressive work, Steve :smiley:

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Thanks Luke. You have the Edge 8" don't you?....I am nearly there in terms of saving up for one....though then will need a camera as well...!

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Someone's after a Tal on astro buy sell... Could get you a bit closer to the edge ...

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