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On Creating a Lunar Mosaic

2014-10-20, Moon-mozaic, showing the assembly process with the overlaps

One of the, we can perhaps call it this way, standard challenges any amateur astronomer faces is photographing a lunar mosaic. In other words: taking a sequence of large resolution images of different areas of the Moon, to assemble it later, and thus gain a large landscape but with the added extra resolution. Pretty straight forward. And everybody who’s ever attempted such an endeavor is familiar with stuff going south, picture below. (tovább…)

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The Moon on 2021-11-13

ASI 462MC (cooled), TS-Optics 76/342 TS76EDPH, mountpusher, EQ3-mod

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Moon: Philolaus 2020-08-29

HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 462MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher

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Rupes Recta 2017

Found this picture in my archive, 2017-09-29

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Moon 2019-08-12

Using the ASI 224MC, on the  N250/1200, HEQ5, home observatory, mountpusher. Obviously a mosaic. Here’s the full resolution. I look forward to develop an auto-mapping function for automatically scanning the solar and lunar surface, but maybe there are more important things in life. The picture below is a good pair for  the Moon 2019-07-20

(tovább…)

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Moon 2019-07-15

The usual setup, ASI 224MC, TSO ADC, N250/1200, HEQ5

(tovább…)

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Shadows on the Moon 2019-07-12-13

This is a not mobile friendly post with a 4MB gif, don’t just open it. The central shadow is getting shorter as the Moon becomes more and more full. The exact datetime of the frame to the right is 2019-07-12-1848Z, I messed up the filenames a bit, sorry.

(tovább…)

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Moon, 2019-07-20

ASI 224MC, no ADC, N250/1200, HEQ5, mosaic, see the full resolution here

(tovább…)

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Cross eye Moon globe

As you probably know the technic, cross your eyes until the two pictures meet in the middle and try to look at that middle image. It will be a “sphere”.

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Moon – 2019-03-02 fewer pieces

(tovább…)

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Jól kalibrált monitoron mindegyik számnál elkülönülő árnyalat látszik. Ha mégsem látszanak, akkor a megjelenített képek színhiányosan rajzolódnak ki. A monitort valószínűleg kalibrálni kell.

You should see distinct shades for each number. If those shades are not clearly visible, the displayed pictures will lack accuracy. Your display most likely needs to be calibrated (brightness, gamma, contrast etc.).