Lunar Domes
Taken by James Roger Samworth on January 16, 2019 @ Nailstone, Nuneaton, UK
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Date Taken: 2019:01:16 18:43:55
 
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I have always been fascinated by lunar domes. They tend to be low relief and small making it a bit of a challenge from the window-sill observatory. However, last night the lighting looked good to maybe image the Hortensius dome system and the nearby Milichius Pi, so here is the result.
80mm f/5 refractor + 2 stacked X2 barlows + Mikrokular full HD.
Stacked and processed with Registax 6 and GIMP 2.10.
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