wWaxing Gibbous MoonIllumination: 85%
Waxing Gibbous Moon
ISO:400 Shutter 1/200
C11- Canon 6D
Craters Eudoxus (67 km) and Aristoteles (87 km), these two form a distinctive pair for a telescope observer.
Aristoteles has a depth of 3.3 km and is unusual in that its "central" peaks are quite off-center. The crater appears to have been partly filled. Its terraced walls are nicely orientated for viewing at different angles of illumination and the outer ramparts are quite pronounced.
Eudoxus is a smaller though no less prominent crater than Aristoteles, and slightly deeper at 3.4 km. There is no central peak, rather a central cluster of small hills.
C11 - 3x ES - IR 685 - ZWO 290MC
03.11.2019 Mleiha, UAE
Sun this morning
Espirit 80mm - Baader solar filter - ZWO 290MC
stack of 3000 frames
Planet Mercury early this morning just before the sunrise
Due to bad seeing, unable to pull out the surface details
Edge HD 11" - 3x Extender - IR Pass filter 685nm - ZWO 290MC
Venus this morning
11" - ES 3x - ZWO 290MC
15.12.2018 Mleiha, UAE
Saturn under poor seeing condition
UV/IR Cut - IR 685 - IR 850 - CH4 890
4000 frames stacked
C11 - 3x ES - ZWO290MC
Ganymede - the largest natural satellite of our solar system.
EDGE HD 11" - 3x ES - ZWO 290MC
Andromeda Galaxy & Comet 64P/Swift-Gehrels
Canon 700Da, CLS filter 135 F2,
60" x 114 Lights, Flats, Bias, Darks
DSS, Photoshop, LR
Full Moon from Trichy Captured on March 13th, 2017 with Canon 700D 250mm lens
ISS Star Trails Mleiha, UAE Canon 700D 18mm lens January 19th, 2018
Moon captured with a mobile connected to a 11" telescope
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