A shot at the moon taken in a last quarter evening.
It’s a mosaic of 78 pictures, each of them stacked from 300 frames of 500. Images were taken at primary focus of my Meade ACF 8″ (2000 mm focal length), using a QHY5II-L mono.
Seeing was a bit too bad (I have to shoot from my window, since I don’t have a garden, which can make turbulence even worse).
Even if it’s not a perfect result I’m pretty satisfied: given the conditions lots of details are visible, and it also look quite good.
I hope to be able to shoot something even better soon!