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Super happy with the Mewlon 180c that is perfect for Planetary imaging


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Clavius 21.02.21 (right) & 23.02.2021 (left).
Different conditions of Light and Seeing.
Takahashi Mewlon 180c
Eq5, no motors (I specify that videos are of few frames)
ZWO ASI 224
the images are compressed, come from my FB page. i have upload in this channel the original videos
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMI1UDD4DHfjNWTiXBVWsMg
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No motors?? At that F/L how do you even get time to focus and frame the subject. 

I struggled enough on the Moon the other night at 1200mm f/l with (dodgy) tracking! 

Anyway, superb images :)

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For "no motors" you seem to have done very well. Around 10 of the Plato craterlets does not seem such a "disaster" to me :icon_scratch:

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