Im Not Sure.
Taken by James de Wall on January 2, 2018 @ Tumut, New South Wales, Australia.
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I was photographing the Full Moon and picked up the anomalies in post. The photo labeled object_3 appears to show a shadow on the Moon at roughly 3 oclock in the dark patch.
Youll see the object at approx 1 oclock in the first photo before it moves left in the second. All 3 photos are taken within 90 secs of each other.
The object does not appear either before or after these 3 frames. RAW files are available. Nikon D800, Tamron 150- 600 w. 2x converter. Photo 1 & 2 specs: 1/125, f29, ISO 800. Photo 3 specs: 1/80, f29, ISO 200. Edited in Capture One Pro 11 on a 2012 Macbook Pro.
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Was the camera on a tripod? If not, then its a piece of garbage on your camera sensor. If it was on a tripod, Id say a bug or something in front of the lens, not behind.
Posted by kb9uwu 2018-01-03 09:45:51
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