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Lunartrickery, Ducks and Composite Comparisons! Mar 24th '18


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I spent a few hours out yesterday afternoon and early evening shooting at the Moon, initially through gaps in the clouds until it cleared later. The blue sky Moon is a composite of an ASI120MM-S mono mosaic at 1 metre focal length with Astronomik 742nm IR Pass filter, with Nikon D3200 DSLR colour data at 2 metres focal length. The close up images are from the ASI with focal lengths ranging from 3.5 to 4.5 metres. Seeing wasn't great, but that's normal around here!

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