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Full Moon – 9/19/2013 2h UT

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#1 JohnGraham


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Posted 18 September 2013 - 07:22 PM

Telescope: Meade ETX-105
Camera: Gary Honis Baader Modified Canon Rebel T2i
Filter: None
Guide scope: None
Exposure: 2x(4x1/250sec), ISO 400 saved as RAW
Mirror Lockup: On
Software: Nebulosity, Panorama Maker, Photoshop

The moon was so beautiful this evening and the seeing so good I just had to grab at least a couple of quick images. This is a simple 2-panel mosaic taken at the prime focus of my ETX-105. This scope has wonderful optics and does an absolutely wonderful job on the moon and planets and is particularly nice to use with my binoviewers.


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#2 MistrBadgr


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Posted 19 September 2013 - 02:36 PM

Thanks, John!

I have not heard anything but superlatives about the ETX 125. The picture looks more like it was taken through a refractor, with all the detail and realistic contrast. Thanks for sharing it!

Bill Steen
Bill Steen, Sky Hunters' Haven Observatory, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

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