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Moon - Vallis Alpes, 





    
        

            Andreas Dietz

Technical card

Resolution: 957x712

Date:Feb. 23, 2018

Time: 22:11

Frames: 1500

FPS: 10.00000

Focal length: 1000

Seeing: 2

Transparency: 5

Locations: Home Observatory, Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany

Data source: Backyard

Description

Yesterday the clouds disappeared suddenly, and I thought: What's that funny bright thing right up there? So I tried my very first detail capture of Moon's surface, Vallis Alpes. As I'm not specialized in lunar astrophotography, I don't own a good tele extender. But in combination with the relatively small pixels of the ASI178 the resolution was quite good in the face of bad seeing.
Enjoy!

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Moon - Vallis Alpes, 





    
        

            Andreas Dietz