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barkingsteve

Moon 13/05/19

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c925 and 294mc pro bin 1  with ir/uv cut filter. 2 panel mosaic best 25% of 1,000 .   Had to convert to jpeg as i keep getting an error 200 when trying to upload a larger file. ( 50+ mb )  clicky for full rez.

 

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and a few with the 385c camera with neodymium filter and mostly barlowed.

 

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Very nice images.  Well done. Pity the full disc image has some blown highlights otherwise a splendid image. Colors are really good.

Thanks for sharing.

Wouter.

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And finally a mosaic with the 385c . Again, clicky for full resolution. Less saturation on this one.

 

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Great pics!!!

In the right hands the C9.25 delivers stunning results! For some reason I was never able to deal properly with the dew that scope attracts.... 

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Fantastic detail... well done

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