Moon

Facts

Distance from earth: 384 403 km
Diameter: 3475 km
Atmosphere: He(25%) Ne(25%) H(23%) Ar(20%)

Moon_101017_021000_IR_STACKED_WEB

Date: 10.10.2017
Location: Backyard, Asker, NO
Camera: ZWO ASI174MM (mono)
Optics: Takahashi FSQ106-EDX III 530mm f5.0
Filter: Planet IR Pro 742
Exposure: Video, best 200 frames of 1000
Post processing: Registax 6, PhotoShop CS5

Moon_120616_205546_g4_ap418_wavelets_PS

Date: 12.06.2016
Location: Backyard, Asker, NO
Optics: Takahashi FSQ106-EDX III 530mm f5.0
Camera: IS DMK51AU02.AS
Exposure: 1000 captured – 200 stacked
Postprocessing: AutoStackert2, Registax 6 Photoshop CS5

moon3_Processed_web

Date: 09.03.2015
Location: Backyard, Asker, NO
Camera: Imaging Source DMK51AU02.AS CCD
Optics: Takahashi FSQ106-EDX III 530mm f5.0
Exposure: Video, best 250 frames of 1000
Post processing: Registax 6, PhotoShop CS5

Processed_Stor

Date: 19.04.2013
Location: Backyard, Asker, NO
Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D
Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 20000mm f10
Exposure: Video, 200 frames
Post processing: Registax, PhotoShop CS5

Date: 22.01.2013 Location: Backyard, Asker, NO Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D (Full disc) CCD: IS 618MU (Details) Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 1260mm f6,3 Exposure: Unknown Post processing: Registax,  PhotoShop CS5

Date: 22.01.2013
Location: Backyard, Asker, NO
Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D (Full disc)
CCD: IS 618MU (Details)
Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 1260mm f6,3
Exposure: Unknown
Post processing: Registax, PhotoShop CS5

271212_web

Date: 27.12.2012
Location: Backyard, Asker, NO
Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D
Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 1260mm f6,3
Exposure: Unknown
Post processing: PhotoShop CS5

Date: 05.05.2012 Location: Hvalstrand, Asker, NO Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 20000mm f10 Exposure: Unknown Post processing: PhotoShop CS5 Comment: The image is a mosaic of two images. This night the moon was at its closest approach to the Earth on its elliptical orbit, resulting in the largest apparent size of the lunar disk as seen from Earth. (Supermoon)

Date: 05.05.2012
Location: Hvalstrand, Asker, NO
Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D
Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 20000mm f10
Exposure: Unknown
Post processing: PhotoShop CS5
Comment: The image is a mosaic of two images. This night the moon was at its closest approach to the Earth on its elliptical orbit, resulting in the largest apparent size of the lunar disk as seen from Earth. (Supermoon)

Date: 02.05.2012 Location: Backyard, Asker, NO Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 20000mm f10 Exposure: Unknown Post processing: PhotoShop CS5 Comment: The image is a mosaic of two images. It is my very first attempt on imaging the moon.

Date: 02.05.2012
Location: Backyard, Asker, NO
Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D
Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 20000mm f10 25mm eyepiece-projection
Exposure: Unknown
Post processing: PhotoShop CS5
Comment: This is just a test at eyepiece-projection.

020512_web

Date: 02.05.2012
Location: Backyard, Asker, NO
Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D
Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 20000mm f10
Exposure: Unknown
Post processing: PhotoShop CS5
Comment: The image is a mosaic of two images.

Date: 29.04.2012 Location: Backyard, Asker, NO Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 20000mm f10 Exposure: Unknown Post processing: PhotoShop CS5 Comment: The image is a mosaic of two images. It is my very first attempt on imaging the moon.

Date: 29.04.2012
Location: Backyard, Asker, NO
Camera: DSLR Canon EOS 7D
Optics: Celestron SCT 8″ 20000mm f10
Exposure: Unknown
Post processing: PhotoShop CS5
Comment: The image is a mosaic of two images. It is my very first attempt on imaging the moon.

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