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Observation by Tim Burgess: Moon - Copernicus

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Tim Burgess

Observer

Tim Burgess

Observed

2018 Feb 28 - 22:26

Uploaded

2020 Jan 29 - 22:28

Objects

The Moon

Equipment
  • Celestron 8" Edge HD
  • Celestron AVX Mount
  • ZWO ASI120MC camera
Location

Thatcham, UK

Target name

Copernicus Crater

Title

Moon - Copernicus

About this image

The stunning Copernicus lunar crater. 93km across and 3.8km deep. This can be seen by the naked eye, but if you have binoculars you will get a super view! 

This image was taken using the ZWO ASI120MC attached to the Celestron 8" edge HD scope. the best 15% of 5000 frames stacked in Autostakkert, and tweeked in Photoshop. 

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