Zooming on the moon
Closer and closer
Moving lunar shadows
This animation shows the sun rising over the lunar Alps. It is made of two pictures captured one hour apart on 12/19/2004. Pictures were taken with a Philips Vesta Pro webcam placed at the focus of 8" MEADE LX200 telescope equipped with a 2x Barlow lens (F/D=20).
The longest shadow is casted by the Mont Blanc culminating at 3600m.
Below, a movie made of two pictures of Copernicus crater taken on 03/04/2001 and 03/05/2001 at one day of interval. These pictures were taken with a MEADE ETX90-EC telescope and an EPSON PC3000Z digital camera placed behind a 25mm Super Plössl eyepiece.
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