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stargazer_7000
2007-Apr-29, 06:56 PM
hi folks,

last night we had some clear skies again and so I tried my best on moon.
seeing was not really good, even it improved from initially 3-4 to 4-5/10
the visual view was tremendous!
it`s fasciniating how well the human eye can cope with bad seeing.
the camera doesn`t...

9" TMB Apo f722,5 (2,5 powermate)
dmk 21f04 - 30 fps
300/1600 registax4 - multipoint (3)
seeing 4-5/10

Doppelmayer:
http://stargazer.christelhager.info/astropics/moon/doppelmayer.jpg

Schiller:
http://stargazer.christelhager.info/astropics/moon/schiller.jpg

Gassendi:
http://stargazer.christelhager.info/astropics/moon/gassendi.jpg

thanks for looking and Your comments, guys.
:razz:

paul f. campbell
2007-Apr-29, 07:22 PM
Hey Diets

Nice close up work, very crisp and clear great stuff.

Bokmakierie
2007-Apr-29, 07:37 PM
Great work, Diets!!!

Phil

Torsten
2007-Apr-30, 12:11 AM
Wonderful images.

I captured an AVI of Schiller last night and tried processing it today, but it was terrible. (Seeing was poor, and my setup was just not up to the task) I would have never guessed that there was so much else all around it!

Thanks for posting.

stargazer_7000
2007-May-01, 10:04 AM
thanks Paul, Phil and Torsten!

JAICOA
2007-May-01, 12:56 PM
Diets There all great shots, small craterlets and filaments can be seen very detailed photos, like em all. Clear Skies

Whirlpool
2007-May-04, 09:22 AM
Wow Doc!

I've never seen such details of your shots.
I love the photos!

Thanks for sharing.

;)

stargazer_7000
2007-May-04, 11:59 AM
thanks Efrain and Jean!
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