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A mosaic (150%) with old images, Clavius and Tycho area in high resolution with the 625 mm.

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hello

Unable to make films because turbulence so I take on old movies on my hard drive.

A mosaic made with images of 2012 I reprocessed. A red filter causes kickback in the shadows, but the image quality allows a presentation to 150%.

I hope you like the walk.

Smallest details in Clavius between 550 and 600 m.

Click on the image for 100%.

Good day.

Luc CATHALA

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Absolutely amazing! Fantastic details, and the angle of the sunlight really makes Clavius stand out very clearly. Which newtonian scope did you use? Thank you for sharing your great image!

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Wow! :shocked: Very impressive! How satisfying it must be to get these amazing results using a self-built telescope.

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