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Last Full Moon of the Decade, 



Last Full Moon of the Decade

Acquisition type: Lucky imaging

Technical card

Imaging telescope or lens:Stellarvue 102mm Raptor

Imaging camera:ZWO ASI174MM

Software:SharpCap Pro 3.2Adobe Phosotshop CS6AutostakkertRegistax

Date:Dec. 11, 2019

Time: 9

Frames: 1000

FPS: 90.00000

Focal length: 714

Resolution: 1656x1232

Locations: AstroHawk Observatory, Hendersonville, TN, United States

Data source: Backyard


I haven't been able to shoot anything (bad weather) till last night. The last full moon of the decade was available. I set up my Ioptron Alt/Az mount (which I only use for visual) and my Stellarvue 102 triple to see how Autostakkert would deal with field rotation. This was a 2000 frame (90fps) avi shot with a ZWO ASI 174 - using 50% of the frames. I think it (Autostakkert) did a good job. Nice to know. I haven't seen many full moon shots on Astrobin so I uploaded it. I think it's pretty good.



License: None (All rights reserved)


Last Full Moon of the Decade,