moon20 Aug 2018
Another attempt at moon photography. It’s been rainy/cloudy all week, but there was a brief moment of clear skies before some storms moved in.
I played around with stacking/processing the photos of the moon with both PIPP/autostakkert and Pixinsight. Pixinsight, from what I can tell, is not really designed for planetary imaging, but I wanted to learn the tool and it was an easy place to start:
You can see that there’s some weird fringing/ringing around the moon in the pixinsight version – still a lot of learning to do with that tool, but not a bad start!
- Camera: Sony A7S II
- Telescope: AWB Onesky 130
- ISO: 125
- Shutter Speed: 1/40
- Total Exposures: 20
- Software: PIPP/Autostakkert and Pixinsight