Photos of the Moon

Click on picture to enlarge



 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
The new (less than 48 hours old) Moon tonight at about 17:40 from Fairview Church. 1/8sec@ f/6.3, 200mm fl, 
ISO 25600, handheld, Sony a6000.

As far as I can tell the star to the left is p Sgr  (Mag. 2.9).

Image by: Seán Dunne

December 19, 2017
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
2020-Apr 2 - B. Colville - Moon

A couple of clear days here allowed some solar imaging, and a chance to image Venus and the Pleiades 
as they draw closer together. I will likely be clouded out tomorrow night, so I was glad to have clear skies 
after sunset tonight.

The image of Venus and M45 was taken through a William Optics 70mm, f6 ED and the Canon 60D 
camera, with a 5 sec exposure, and earlier in the evening I shot a few images of the moon through the 
Stellarvue 110ED.

I hope that these sights were visible and taken in by as many people on the planet as possible...an escape 
however brief from the events we are mired in.

Taken by : Brian Colville
Date : 2020 - Apr 2
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
2020-Apr 6 - G. Porter - Moon

I did hold my camera still long enough for this photo tonight (slightly altered orientation but as with motion , 
that too is relative).

Taken by : Geoff Porter
Date : 2020-Apr 6
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
2020-July 1 - B. Colville - Copernicus

I was not able to join the virtual star party sessions but was able to get my C14
mounted in the dome last weekend and spent a few evenings testing out the 
wiring, scope and camera controls to be sure everything was working.  The 
images attached were taken on Sunday and Wednesday night.  The moon 
always shows amazing details along the terminator and these sessions were 
no exception.

Taken by : Brian Colville
Date : July 1, 2020
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
2020-July 1 - B. Colville - Moon

I was not able to join the virtual star party sessions but was able to get my C14
mounted in the dome last weekend and spent a few evenings testing out the 
wiring, scope and camera controls to be sure everything was working.  The 
images attached were taken on Sunday and Wednesday night.  The moon 
always shows amazing details along the terminator and these sessions were 
no exception.

Taken by : Brian Colville
Date : July 1, 2020
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
2020-July 1 - B. Colville - Plato

I was not able to join the virtual star party sessions but was able to get my C14
mounted in the dome last weekend and spent a few evenings testing out the 
wiring, scope and camera controls to be sure everything was working.  The 
images attached were taken on Sunday and Wednesday night.  The moon 
always shows amazing details along the terminator and these sessions were 
no exception.

Taken by : Brian Colville
Date : July 1, 2020
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
2020-July 3 - C. Smith - Moon

Taken by : Chuck Smith
Date : July 3, 2020
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
Moon

Out for a bit last night with scope and camera on deck..
12 inch dob, Canon Rebel XS, no lens just a two inch adapter.

Taken by : Chuck Smith
Date : 2020-Mar 27
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
Moon

I had the same idea, but tried just with my camera (Nikon P900) at 2000mm

Taken by : Rick Stankiewicz
Date : 2020 - Mar 27
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
May 6, 2020 - Super Moon

Super Moon taken with a Huawei pro p20 45mp LEICA CAMERA 

Taken by :  David Mills
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Albategnius
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Copernicus
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Crescent Moon








Feb.18.07
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Earthshine
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Full Moon








01.02.07
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Mare Crisium
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Moon - 1
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Moon - 2
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Moon - 3
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Moon

raw cvt. adobe levels. ip sharpen jpeg






29_06_07
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Moon Correct
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Moon Pines








2003
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:


This image was taken Sept 1st, 2017 after the meeting using a Mallincam SSIc in monochrome mode for a 35 second .avi. Processed
in Registax 6, no other processing involved. Camera mounted on Sky-Watcher ED120 riding the EQ6 mount.

Photo by Rodger Forsyth
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Moonrise








2005
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Moonrise Silhouettes








Aug.03
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Moonset








04.05.04
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Original Crescent Moon
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Petavius
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Ptolemaeus
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Rabbit in Moon
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Rupes Recta
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Sea of Moisture
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Seas of Serenity and Tranquility
 
Object:
Camera:
Telescope/Lens:
Correction:
Mount:
Auto Guiding:
Exposure Time/App/ISO:
Number of exposures:
Processing:
Date Taken:
Taken By:
Notes:
 
Tycho Crater