The images in this post are made with the ASI 224MC at the MC 102/1300 and the N 150/750 . With the wider field Newtonian it takes only 6 pieces to image the (~half) Moon. The processing and mosaicing is still a time hog, but at least its only half the time and pieces. Everyone who has ever done a lunar mosaic knows that there is a high risk and thus paranoia regarding coverage, and that we need to find a bearably balance between getting all the necessary pieces without too much overlap. Taking into account a minor drift of the field of viwe which is actually a good thing for the picture quality, recording and then mosaicing is in fact harder than it sounds.