Tuesday, 16 November 2010

22 Moons!

Moon 15 11 2010

22 Moons?  What is Bizibilder up to?  This is actually 22 separate images of the Moon “stacked” together to form a single image (all to do with getting a better “average” picture rather than just one where you may or may not be lucky enough to get “good” atmospheric clarity).  Taken at around 22.00 on 15.11.10  200mm reflector and Canon 1000D 1/640 sec at ISO 800 Temp was 0°C!! Ice on the telescope!! Brrrrrrrrrr!!).  The very obvious crater about 2/3 of the way up the left hand side is “Copernicus” and the large crater at the bottom – with a couple of craters inside it – is “Clavius”.

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