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Well here it is. Am almost too embarassed to put it up but I won't learn anything if I don't I suppose. The original images were captured on a 2MP web cam using SnapCap. The 1000 frame avi was then processed in Registax using best 85%. Finished off in Photoshop. Be gentle with me guys.
Gear: Olympus E-PL6 attached to OM-System Zuiko 200mm/4 at f/5 (with DIY filter cap), on Celestron Nexstar SLT.
Capture: ~30s FullHD 30p video, 1/640s x 400 ISO exposure
Sky: deep country 30km from Limoges, France; Dusty but no moisture, average seeing; ~45° alt.
Processing: cvastroalign (align, stack, wavelets), Fotoxx
yesterday evening, I did a small chalk/charcoal sketch of the moon with the 3" MiniDob. I hope you like it.
Telescope: Skywatcher Heritage 76/300
Eyepiece: Skywatcher UWA 5mm/58°
Date & Time: April 29th, 2130-2200 CEST
Location: home, Dusseldorf region, Germany
Technique: chalk and charcoal pens on black sketching paper
Size: 4" in diameter