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Copernicus - 20190513 - Bresser 102/460, 



Copernicus - 20190513 - Bresser 102/460

Technical card

Date:May 13, 2019

Time: 22:00

Frames: 1156

FPS: 100.00000

Focal length: 1300

Seeing: 4

Transparency: 2

Resolution: 984x704

Locations: Home, Turin, Italy

Data source: Backyard


This image was taken using a "semi-narrow" bandwith filter about 35 nm wide (642-677nm) obtained by cascading a Baader Fringe-Killer and an Astronomik ProPlanet IR 642 filter.
There are some artefacts, even if the wavelets used are the same used in other images taken with the Skywatcher MAK-90 that do not present the same type of artifacts.
Said artifacts could be somewhat related to the frequency of sampling and to the the very bad seeing, which produced a quite "boiling" video.
Nevertheless it proves that, when working with a limited range of light frequencies, the fast achromat can nevertheless produce decent lunar images.



License: Attribution Creative Commons


Copernicus - 20190513 - Bresser 102/460,