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Clavius Region, 


            Rodd Dryfoos

Clavius Region

Technical card

Imaging telescope or lens:Takahashi TOA 130 NFB TOA 130

Imaging camera:Celestron Skyris 236C

Resolution: 1920x1080

Data source: Backyard


This is an image captured with a 5" refractor (TOA 130) with a Skyrus 236c and a 2.5x Powermate. With good seeing, smaller scopes can perform fairly well on the Moon.

The image consists of the best 20% of approximately 3,000 frames, stacked in Autostakkard and processed in Registax. I love imaging the Moon and do not do it nearly often enough.



Rodd Dryfoos
License: None (All rights reserved)


Clavius Region, 


            Rodd Dryfoos