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This was taken on Sunday evening with my Skywatcher 200p and QHY5LIIC. The best 250 frames stacked of 2000 in AS2! Processed in Registax6 and saved as JPEG.

There looks to be a giant skull on the left hand side which I found rather interesting.

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It certainly is a good image! Where's the skull?

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1 hour ago, Ruud said:

It certainly is a good image! Where's the skull?

Got to use a bit of imagination first

moon skull with skull.jpg

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I can't see a skull in that image either.

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On 20/05/2018 at 14:03, Gina said:

I can't see a skull in that image either.

Maybe I have an over active imagination. 

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Images seem to form in clouds, or flames of a fire, usually transient.
Everyone has different perceptions of these things. I'm sure the skull did seem to appear to you, 
but it likely won't to others. 
Without your highlighting of the area, it's a difficult one to perceive.
The face on Mars is a real looking object which got many worked up as an 
object created by intelligent beings on the planet.
Looks like a face, but it's merely a rock formation which depends on the 
sunlight striking it at a particular angle in order for the shape to materialise.
Good Fun though Heh? ?.
 

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