||Moon images from July to September 2018
The moon images on
these web pages exclusively show mosaic images consisting of 2 to 5 segments.
All raw images were taken in the focus of the Onjala Celestron 14 SC telescope.
Camera was a ZWO ASI 290 with a pixel size of 2.9 mü. A Baader IR pass
filter was used for all images to calm the seeing.
||The rawavisfiles consist for the most part of 2000 single images of
which on average 8% were stacked. Stacking software was AviStack and
Autostackert. The finishing was done with Photoshop CS2.
The images were taken in July, August and September
2018 and are roughly presented here in 4 steps according to moon age and
illumination. The moon ages 0 to 3 and 11 to 14 days are summarized on one
page. The average resolution of the images is about 1 km, but some of them are
lower. The image orientation is south top and east
« The picture on the left shows the nearly
100km large crater Copernicus at a time difference of exactly 24 hours, taken
on September 19th and 20th. The picture impressively illustrates the different
sunlight levels. Click on the thumbnail to load a large