Taken by Eliot Herman on January 1, 2017 @ Tucson AZ
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So bright almost too bright in the eyepiece with a 3.5 inch F14 telescope ! Photos captured a few minutes after the exact moment of full Moon under slightly hazy skies. This photo was captured with a Nikon D850 camera and a Questar telescope. The Supermoon and the rays of the rising Moon posted earlier made for quite an evening.

The image is comprised of an A and B image. The A image is 74 46 mp images captured RAW then converted to TIF before being stacked with Lynkeos. The resulting image was processed with Lucy Richardson then additionally processed with Nik efex and Photoshop. This image was then blended with a B image HDR of the Supermoon comprised of 3 X 9 images 46 mp separated by 0.3 stops that were also stacked with Lynkeos, then processed with efex color and Photoshop. The resulting merged image adjusted in TIF with Photoshop, ported to jpg and posted.
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