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Discussion in 'Astro Photography' started by Craig Zerbe, Jan 13, 2019.
Mosaic of 20 images, taken with a 640x480 video camera. 11" SCT - May 2000
Incredible reminder of what can be done with what now seems like primitive sensor technology. Nice details.
Can you see Armstrong's footprints?
On a night of exceptional seeing, I could make out something the size of a football stadium... so no footprints or flags....
So cool looking Craig! I love the detail in this, and like Alan, it’s so amazing the detail you could get out of that old technology.
This is great!
Very nice Craig! That is some very excellent detail, not only excellent technique but very good post processing to get these results from your stack of frames. I am also guessing this is a mosaic, as it is higher rez than the camera you were using. That adds yet another level of complexity that you have managed masterfully in this image.
One of the better moon images I have seen in truth.
Wondering what software you used for post processing (Registax? Autostakkert? Other?) and what frame rate you were putting on your target?
Yes with 640 x 480 image sets this was a mosaic of 20-30 images (can't remember now). I used Registax (I actually helped beta test the original version - many years ago) I have a number of these taken at different phases.