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TareqPhoto

Moon by 180mm Mak and first time ASI174MM

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3 hours ago, teoria_del_big_bang said:

Nothing much I can add to all the comments above - that image is simply stunning 🙂 

Steve

Thank you very much, Steve!

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2 hours ago, Ruud said:

Wow, Tareq! That's a really good image.

Thank you 🙂

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10 hours ago, PembrokeSteve said:

Hi,
Superb Shot - I would be well satisfied with that !!
 

Regards,

Steve

Hi Steve,

Thank you very much

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On 30/06/2019 at 10:57, AstroAndy said:

What Ruud said, awesome image.

Thank you 🙂

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Just seen this and as everyone says it’s outstanding. The detail and clarity is amazing :) 

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On 01/07/2019 at 20:35, Scooot said:

Just seen this and as everyone says it’s outstanding. The detail and clarity is amazing :) 

Thank you very much

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That's poster material right there. Or on the bookcover of some high end publication with thick glitter paper pages. Don't know if the compostion was a happy accident or by design. But it works.

Very nice!

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A stunning image. Each time I look at it, something else pops out at me- like the little 'necklace' of 5 small craters through the mare at top centre.

Thanks for sharing Tareq!

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On 02/07/2019 at 22:30, George Gearless said:

That's poster material right there. Or on the bookcover of some high end publication with thick glitter paper pages. Don't know if the compostion was a happy accident or by design. But it works.

Very nice!

WOW, what a cool nice words!

I will think about having this image as a cover picture maybe if i will print a book or make an album for myself, for me i feel like i have to work more with my scopes and this camera on planetary and the moon.

Thank you very much

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19 hours ago, des anderson said:

Just to add my bit,where do I start. I think it`s all been said. STUNNING. Des

Thank you very much!

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7 hours ago, Swoop1 said:

A stunning image. Each time I look at it, something else pops out at me- like the little 'necklace' of 5 small craters through the mare at top centre.

Thanks for sharing Tareq!

Thank you very much, this is so sweet to read your post, and it is nothing for me to share with you as you share with others and i get inspired as well.

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On 28/06/2019 at 19:31, dave_galera said:

I don't do lunar imaging and generally never even look at them, but that image is spectacular.

Its got me thinking.......

I can never quite understand why people curse at the moon so much.  It is a superb object to observe and photograph.

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19 hours ago, kirkster501 said:

I can never quite understand why people curse at the moon so much.  It is a superb object to observe and photograph.

Same here, the moon is my top favorite target to be honest, in fact because of the moon people respected me and liked my images more even i have crap or junkie planets results, the moon helped me to improve significantly in planetary imaging.

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2 minutes ago, DAVE AMENDALL said:

Superb Looks like it was taken in Tenerife..............Dave

Thank you!

Why Tenerife? What makes you to mentioned it upon another places around the world?

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