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These were taken 1 day before the Super Moon on the 13th November.

Taken with the ZWO ASI174MM, Celestron Nexstar 8i SCT, no diagonal, extension tube, Celestron UV/IR cut off filter.

Captured with Firecapture, stacked with Autostakkert 2, wavelets in Registax 6 and finished off in PaintDotNet.

I seem to have had a good night for a change and I'm quite happy with images 1,2 and 5.

Drizzle15_2016-11-12-1333_1-UV-5_g4_b3_ap1 Test5.png

Drizzle15_2016-11-12-1337_8-UV-7_pipp_g4_b3_ap1 PIPP Test.png

Drizzle15_2016-11-12-1336_2-UV-6_g4_b3_ap1 Test 6.png

Drizzle15_2016-11-12-1320_2-UV-1_g4_b3_ap1 Final.png

Drizzle15_2016-11-12-1324_5-UV-3_g4_b3_ap1 Test 4.png

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Thank you Alan. The image/area you're talking about (Aristarchus and Herodotus craters with rilles) I've only managed to capture it once before by accident. I was glad I captured it again but my capture settings were slightly off.

There's always next time :)

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