Tycho, Clavius - 14,000 frame capture

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Tycho, Clavius - 14,000 frame capture

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Captured 21st April 2021 around 22:30. 67% waxing moon.
Hardware: Celestron C8, Celestron AVX mount, 0.63x reducer, UV/IR-Cut/L filter, Skyris 618m USB3 camera.
Software: Sharpcap 4, Autostakkert!3, GIMP.
2 minute capture @ 120fps =14,400 frames, SER, MONO8, 640x480, Exposure=1.5ms, Gain=300/1000, 4.3Gb data file created.
Stack best 25% of frames with Drizzle 1.5.

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Re: Tycho, Clavius - 14,000 frame capture

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Very nice, Dave!

Tycho is my favorite. Whenever I see an image, I compare it to these:
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130104.html
http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/posts/384

I keep looking for that boulder the size of a football field!

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Re: Tycho, Clavius - 14,000 frame capture

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Thanks Brian. Those links certainly put a different perspective on my bottom of the garden efforts. Mind you, LROC doesn't play fair.

Dave
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