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Some captures from 13th Jan


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Got so much lunar data. Sometimes its worth playing with it to see what i can come up with. while its cloudy think i am going to do that. Messing with this from 13th jan Orion 245mm newt zwo 178 IR685 Single axis EQ5 

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Great images. I really like the details on the first image (small craterlets)  and the very natural look of the last one.

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5 hours ago, Kon said:

Great images. I really like the details on the first image (small craterlets)  and the very natural look of the last one.

Thanks Kon personally i think balance is everything it can make or break a image. And i dont always get it right despite the many years of trying. it can often deceive the eye. 

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5 hours ago, NeonSpectres said:

Great Moon images; I'm looking to do some this year so you've given me something to aspire to! 😁

Glad you found it interesting. Will look out for any images from you in the future 

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5 hours ago, Stu1smartcookie said:

Amazing photos as always , Neil .

As NeonSpectres writes it certainly inspires one to get out there and at least try to emulate such wonderful images .

Cheers Stu. How are you finding the the new lunar scope ? 

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8 minutes ago, neil phillips said:

Cheers Stu. How are you finding the the new lunar scope ? 

i love the scope ... although the moon is a bit conspicuous by its absent , and as for the planets ... i will hopefully see them in the evening in a few months ... but as i said , i love the scope . 

Looking forward to doing a bit of lunar photography soon ... not in your league mate , but , hey , you gotta start somewhere :)

 

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5 minutes ago, Stu1smartcookie said:

i love the scope ... although the moon is a bit conspicuous by its absent , and as for the planets ... i will hopefully see them in the evening in a few months ... but as i said , i love the scope . 

Looking forward to doing a bit of lunar photography soon ... not in your league mate , but , hey , you gotta start somewhere :)

 

Great scopes your images will rock i am sure. Glad you like it Stu. 

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4 hours ago, morimarty said:

A lovely set of images Neil. Copernicus in particular looks razor sharp.

Cheers Martin. Just waiting for the lunar cycle to start again. So processing whats on the HD 

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