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«A mari ousque ad mare» above my driveway
by Jean B. Montreal, Canada, August 1rst 2010, approx. 00h10. The latin expression A mari ousque ad mare refers to the Canadian «slogan» meaning «from one ocean to the other». The moon crater Corpernicus peacefully sits in the middle of the Mare insulatum surrounded by ocean and seas. 130mm...
Tue, Aug 3 2010
12-day old Moon
by Mike Dalton Canon DLSR using a homebuilt 12 inch Newtonian
Fri, May 22 2009
8-day-old Moon (waxing gibbous)
Mosaic of 10 images of the 8-day Moon taken on my Meade LPI (Lunar/Planetary Imager) on my telescope on July 1, 2009.
Thu, Jul 2 2009
A lunar crater
I like how the one large crater sticks out. Used my a520 powershot and my XT10i dob.
Tue, Nov 23 2010
by: Pepe Cuellar Taken on the 13 of November of 2010 from Guadalajara, Mexico. Equipment: 180mm f/15 Mak-Cass + DBK21 camera. Video: A video of 3000 frames and stacked 2000.
Mon, Nov 22 2010
by Marcos L Rockenbach Local: Caxias do Sul / Brazil Date: 17 December 2011 Local time: 02h01min to 02h20min. Telescope: Sky-Watcher ED 80mm, Camera Meade LPI, Moon filter Meade ND96, barlow 2x ( details ). Stack Photoshop CS4 and RegiStax5. Constrast and brightness Photoshop CS4.
Mon, Dec 19 2011
April 2009 Crescent Moon
April 28, 2009, 9pm , Meade LX50 8-inch SCT, 1/15-second exposure, Pentax K10D
Sat, May 2 2009
Archimedes, Aristillus, and Autolycus craters
Heyford 130/1000 + Eq2 without motorization. Canon eos 1000D + Tele Vue 2x. 604/1351 frames. Registax 6 + Iris. Seeing: 4/5, Damian Peach. Trasparance: 8/10. Good vision and Clear skies.
Tue, Nov 1 2011
Aristarchus Crater shines in the Night
Toward the upper left in this image can be seen brilliant Aristarchus and neighboring Herodotus illuminated by the rising Sun. Also, Vallis Schroteri can also be seen just above and adjacent to Aristarchus. This image was captured with a Celestron 8" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope and a Phillips...
Mon, Sep 19 2011
by Doug Neal from Martinez, Georgia on 06 February 2009.
Fri, Oct 2 2009
Aristoteles and Eudoxus
Heyford 130/1000 + Eq2 without motorization. Philips vesta pro + Tele Vue 3x + Ir_pass. 600/2000 frames. Registax 5.1 + Registax 6 + Iris. Seeing: 3/5, Damian Peach. Trasparenza: 7/10. Good vision and Clear skies.
Wed, Nov 2 2011
Aristoteles and Eudoxus 2m 04-09-2011
Heyford 130/1000 + eq 2 without motorization. Philips vesta pro + Baader ir pass 680 nm + Tele Vue 2x. 600/1401 frames. Registax 6 + Iris + Paint. Seeing: 2-3/5, damian peach Trasparenza 7/10. Good vision and Clear skies.
Sat, Nov 5 2011
Aristoteles and Eudoxus HR
Heyford 130/1000 + Eq2 without motorization. Canon eos 1000D + Tele Vue 2x. 600/1600 frames. Registax 6 + Iris. Seeing: 4/5, Damian Peach. Trasparance: 7-8/10. Good vision and Clear skies.
Thu, Nov 3 2011
Aristoteles and Eudoxus with an old history
Aristoteles and Eudoxus who is the older ? the anser is at LPOD 14 June 2004 http://www.lpod.org/archive/archive/2004/06/LPOD-2004-06-18.htm
Thu, Oct 22 2009
Around Montes Caucasus
From the night 21 April 2010 mosaic 5 images, you can see the maximum resolution here http://www.lunar-captures.com//montes_files/100421_MontesCaucasus_Tar.jpg Telescope Orion Optics UK 250mm at f/6.3, camera Unibrain fire-i 785, filter red, barlow 3X.
Sat, Apr 24 2010
Atlas and Hercules
by Marcos L Rockenbach Local: Caxias do Sul / Brazil Date: 11 February 2012 - Local time: 00h32min to 00h48min. Telescope: Celestron XLT 150 mm refractor. Camera Meade LPI. Stack 15 pictures. Photoshop CS4 and RegiStax 5.
Tue, Feb 14 2012
Atlas and Hercules craters
Heyford 130/1000 + Eq2 without motorization. Philips vesta pro + Tele Vue 3x + Ir_pass. 374/1765 frames. Registax 5.1 + Registax 6 + Iris + Paint. Seeing: 2/5, Damian Peach. Trasparance: 7/10. Good vision and Clear skies.
Sat, Nov 12 2011
Baily's beads during second contact
by Rod Pommier Location: Redding, CA, USA Date and Time: 2012-05-20, 18:27 PDT Equipment: Celestron Super C8 Plus, Byers Fork Mount. Thousand Oaks Optical full aperture Type 2 glass solar filter. Canon 20D, ISO 800, Exposures all 1/1000 second. Baily's Beads are areas where the Sun's...
Thu, May 24 2012
by Efrain Morales Rivera Date: 05/12/08 01:25ut Loc.:Aguadilla, Puerto Rico Equipment: LX200gps 10in., CGE mount, DMK21AF04 Ccd, PowerMate 2.5x,
Sat, Jun 27 2009
C\Close up of crater Copernicus
Close up view of the Moon crater Copernicus shot April 12, 2011 from Granite City Illinois by Lann Crews. Celestron 11 inch SCT f/10. Celestron NexImage web cam, 180 frams processed with RegiStax.
Mon, May 30 2011
Cabeus Crater Moments after LCROSS impact
Cabeus Crater Moments after LCROSS impact. 14" LX-200ACF, Meade DSI
Sat, Oct 31 2009
Clavius & Tycho
Telescope: Celestron C8-SGT Camera: Canon EOS 450D (Photo By Konstantinos K. Rammos)
Fri, Aug 26 2011
Clavius and Tycho
Local: Caxias do Sul / Brazil Date: 01 May 2012 Telescope: Celestron Omni XLT 150 / Camera Meade LPI. Stack 06 pictures. Stack, contrast and brightness Photoshop CS4. Marcos L Rockenbach
Tue, May 29 2012
The Clavius Crater on Thanksgiving evening, 11/22/2012, from Grayson, GA. Single shot, prime focus, Canon T3i, ISO 400, 1/30th Second, Explore Scientific ED 127, Celestron CGEM, Seeing 3/5, Transparency 3/5 -Steve www.graveyardshiftastronomy.org
Fri, Jan 4 2013
Location: Brasilia - Brazil March 03, 2012 Telescope: Orion Premium ED 102mm - Camera: Canon T2i - Mount: CG-5GT Eos Movie Recorder - 250 of 500 frames
Wed, Mar 7 2012
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