4 Lunar features in infrared

By |18 March 2019|Moon, News|

Using the wrong telescope but pretty steady and sharp.

Object ID Copernicus, Clavius, Gassendi and Mare Humorum, Plato and J Herschel
85% illumination
Details 2019-03-17
Seeing III/V
Telescope 203mm RC8 @f8
Camera ZWO ASI290MC, Infrared pass filter
Exposure(s) 90s AVI for each image
Capture FireCapture
Processing AutoStakkert 2, Photoshop

97.8% Moon – Copernicus, Kepler, Aristarchus and Sinus Iridium

By |23 November 2018|Moon, News|

Not much imaging recently because of terrible weather. This was the only chance and the seeing was incredibly bad after a rain storm. The Maria were undulating so much they looked like there really was water in them. Still got something though.

Object ID 97.8% Moon, lunation 14.25 days
Copernicus, Kepler, Aristarchus and Sinus Iridium
Details 2018-11-21 22:03 UT, seeing I/V
Drifting clouds
Telescope 250mm f5 Newtonian
Camera ZWO ASI290MC, UV/IR filter
Exposure(s) 90s SER file, 30% frames
Capture FireCapture
Processing AutoStakkert, Photoshop

Lunar Mosaic in infrared 11.06 days

By |25 June 2018|Moon, News|

That annoying moment when you realise you’ve missed a tiny bit from the mosaic. Always better to overlap the frames more for safety. I though I was!

Object ID Lunar mosaic 7 frames
Details 2018-06-24 21:07 – 21:16 UT
Low down and seeing II (I-V)
Telescope 200mm f5 Newtonian
Camera ZWO ASI290MC
ZWO Infrared pass filter
Exposure(s) 7 x 60s AVIs, 20% stack
Capture FireCapture
Processing AutoStakkert, Photoshop