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Copernicus region

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This is one of my favorite regions of the moon, every time i keep imaging this region over and over again.

This is an old image was taken last year.

 

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wow, nice and sharp. Well proceed, good job ?

By the way, which setup did you use for this image.

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2 hours ago, Stardust1 said:

wow, nice and sharp. Well proceed, good job ?

By the way, which setup did you use for this image.

Thank you very much!

I used Skywatcher 180mm Maksutov, ASI385MC and Astronomik ProPlanet IR 742nm filter.

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This is an excellent image!

The whole region is splendid. Copernicus dominates the scene and Eratosthenes is lit from a flattering angle, but even subtle features like Hortensius E and Natasha stand out perfectly well.

amazing!

 

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19 hours ago, Ruud said:

This is an excellent image!

The whole region is splendid. Copernicus dominates the scene and Eratosthenes is lit from a flattering angle, but even subtle features like Hortensius E and Natasha stand out perfectly well.

amazing!

 

Exactly, you have no idea how blown away i was when i was watching that on LCD of my laptop while imaging, in fact i sometimes ignore to visual by scope and watch it from my screen and moving around of the moon surface, the filter really did a great job, and now i don't know if i should buy more filters because of it to see the difference or just stay with that and no need for more.

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Testament to both the scope and the owner's processing skills. Excellent shot.

RL

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On 04/02/2019 at 00:36, rl said:

Testament to both the scope and the owner's processing skills. Excellent shot.

RL

Thank you very much!

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