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Just wanted to share my bloodmoon experience with you in this blog.
It was quite challenging, ice on my balcony, camera falling out of telescopes and tracking challenges.
But in the end it was a wonderful experience, you can read it here:
and i've included a (gittery) timelapse + final image.
Please let me know what you think, should I keep the stuff that goes bananas for myself or share it with you folks?
By Jamie Carter
I'm a keen moon observer (and new here), primarily using 15x50 Canon image-stabilized binoculars, but also an old 4-inch 'scope that recently broke.
I want to take things to the next level and invest in a 'scope powerful enough to study lunar features as the terminator creeps, including craters, mountain ranges, and perhaps even the lunar X, etc. It would be great to have the option of photography in future if that doesn't hugely change what I should buy, but observing is by far my primary goal here. Any suggestions please? Budget is £1.5k+.