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Copernicus, Plato and friends (2020-02-05, C11)


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I don't know what happened, suddenly we had 2 or 3 consecutive days with good seeing here in Germany last week.

Took my chances and went out with the C11 I aquired  a bit more than a year ago.

Here are the results, and I must say I am quite happy with them. I know that many guys here can do more, but I still consider myself as a beginner and will be glad if I could continue learning from you.

Copernicus with some area around

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Copernicus only

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Plato

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Goldschmidt

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Sinus Iridum

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C11, ASI ZWO 290 MMC, Baader IR pass filter, no Barlow

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Excellent captures.  Maybe ease off on the contrast and sharpening a bit.  Over sharpening can create some artefacts that resemble poor focus but I'm just nit picking really.  I find the 290 chip perfect for Lunar imaging.

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