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Not sure if this completely counts but I wanted to share this 99.9% full moon from the other night that I captured.

The brown colours represent the Iron oxide on the surface and the blue is the titanium.

The colours are real however because they are too dim to see from the naked eye, the saturation has to be boosted to reveal our moon's true colours.

Celestron 130SLT @ 650mm

Nikon D3200

100x1/2000s @ 800ISO

Stacked in autostakkert

Processed in Photoshop

The one you see on screen is the .jpg file however if you want the raw .tif, you can download it at the bottom

Clear skies!

Matt

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putting jpg in
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