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Whilst my observatory control software was waiting for the moon to increase it's angular distance from my current DSO imaging target, I decided to take some semi-manual lunar images. 

Since I wanted to inject some colour contrast, whilst maintaining detail, I decided on a LRGB imaging strategy and took 10 subs per filter. I then followed my normal DSO post processing workflow but stacked the calibrated subs with RegiStar. 








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2 hours ago, xtreemchaos said:

great images mate, lovely colour and detail. well done. charl.

Thanks Charl - looking at the image, I've just realized that I have also managed to capture (accidentally) the Lunar X !


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