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Moon : Great Clavius near the limb 15/02/28 with 625 mm barlow 3 IR 685 in bad conditions.

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Hello

Saturday clear sky night I took the opportunity despite a good turbulence and the other from a fireplace. The turbulence is visible at the edge of shadows that I have not usually on my pictures. There was also a very very thin cirrus thickened at the end of the session with a beautiful halo around the moon.

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Clear Sky

Luc CATHALA   ;)

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A real panorama of one of my favourite craters! Great image - in fact superb!.......625mm & F84....wow!

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Brilliant image, that big scope showing off its credentials :)

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Wow!

Looks like you are about to land in Clavius.

Superbe!

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