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alexbb

Moon through lens and O3 filter

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I shot last night an Oxygen featureless panel around Orion mainly for the stars. However, I didn't immediately take the camera and the lens off so I shot also the moon through the O3 filter (I was too lazy to refocus for another filter). This is at ~300mm focal length with an ASI1600. Not bad for such a short lens.

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that's a great shot mate, lovely detail. it reminds me of a shot I got a while ago framed the same way, heres mine, it was shot in the day. clear skys, charl.

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Actually mine was flipped. I flipped it back and I rotated it as it should have approximately been at the acquisition time. Something like this:

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Thanks, Alan!

I regret now that I didn't get the C6 out for a big mosaic. Maybe next month..

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