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Old 02-25-2021, 12:56 PM   #1
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Old 02-25-2021, 01:17 PM   #2
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Old 02-25-2021, 08:22 PM   #3
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Old 02-26-2021, 05:24 AM   #4
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Those are some long lines spreading out from that zit on the lower right.
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Those are some long lines spreading out from that zit on the lower right.

I do believe that's the crater Tycho. 53 miles in diameter, 15,700' deep.
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can you share your exposure info?
1/1000sec, ISO200 however camera was attached to a scope for a effective focal length of 585 mm.
I tried taking a photos using a borrowed 400mm lens however all the photos were blurry likely due to bad focusing though on live view it did appear sharp or maybe it was my photo tripod legs aren't strong enough to handle a heavy lens.

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Photoing the moon is a trick.
Yeah, it is easy object to photo yet hard at the same time.
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I do believe that's the crater Tycho. 53 miles in diameter, 15,700' deep.

That's NUTS.
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Old 02-26-2021, 09:09 AM   #9
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I do believe that's the crater Tycho. 53 miles in diameter, 15,700' deep.
Wow, didn't know that. I had to look that up
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That's NUTS.
It really is! Until you realize that the biggest one is about 1,600 miles in diameter and 4 or 5 miles deep. Space numbers are too much for my tiny brain to grasp. As much as I love space stuff I'd have never made it as an astrophysicist
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It really is! Until you realize that the biggest one is about 1,600 miles in diameter and 4 or 5 miles deep. Space numbers are too much for my tiny brain to grasp. As much as I love space stuff I'd have never made it as an astrophysicist
There's a lot about nature to admire and awe. That picture is breathtaking, Indio.
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There's a lot about nature to admire and awe. That picture is breathtaking, Indio.
That it is! Thanks for posting it, Indio!
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