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Lucas_M

Moon in IR

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Tycho, Clavius, Moretus and some others...  68.7% illuminated

Capture with a ASI224mc using IR Astromik 742nm filter.
Prime focus with C11"

 

2018-09-01 09:11h UT - Lua 68.7% em IR742nm

 

Edited by Lucas_M
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1 hour ago, MarsG76 said:

Amazing detail

 

Thanks!

The IR filter helped a lot avoiding turbulence

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Yeah, looks like from very low geostationary Earth orbit.... ;)

 

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18 hours ago, Demonperformer said:

There is some serious clarity there. Nice one. 

And the moon phase helped a lot to get ledge details

 

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18 hours ago, Merlin66 said:

Amazing!!!!

Fantastic result, you should be proud.

 

Thanks Merlin66
Yes, i am ?
But i still hope to get better ones and reach the level of you guys

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Truly super image. It looks as if you’re about to land. :) 

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Truly magnificent, I agree with what everyone says, this is stunning. 

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