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RafalT73

My Moon session

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Below my first mosaic, which was created from 25 AVI (a total of 25 000 frames). Material collected with Schmidt 11" + focal reducer F/6.3 (1.764 mm) + camera ZWO ASI 120MM. Mosaic composed by means of Image Composite Editor - a free software, very powerful and simple application for panoramic images.

http://moje-nocne-niebo.blogspot.com/2016/03/ksiezyc-moon.html#

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Mare Serenitatis (650 x 650 km) with two mountain ranges Caucasus (in the upper part of the photo) and the Apennines with a beautiful strait between them.

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Focal length of the next photo is 2800 mm. In the upper right corner you can see Eudoxus crater with a diameter of 68 km and in the lower part of the photo next two impact craters Aristillus (55 km) and Autolycus (40 km)

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Very nice result, with a lot of detail showing. I personally would hold back a touch on the sharpening, but that is a matter of taste

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Just now, michael.h.f.wilkinson said:

Very nice result, with a lot of detail showing. I personally would hold back a touch on the sharpening, but that is a matter of taste

Yes, I fully agree and additionally I have to correct collimation of telescope

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Wonderful images, I just spent some time looking at the full size images and you have captured some great detail. Well done.

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