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Tom Wildoner
Weatherly, PA USA
02/16/2019
07:00 pm

Equipment Details:

ZWO ASI290MC camera and Meade 12” LX90

Post-processing Details:

Software used included Sharpcap Pro v3.1 and AutoStakkert!3.

Image Details:

Clavius is a large crater found on the southern side of the moon, it measures approximately 136 miles across. The crater was named after Christoph Klau (or Christophorus Clavius) a 16th century German mathematician and astronomer.

Tech Specs: ZWO ASI290MC camera and Meade 12” LX90, best 20% of 5k frames. Software used included Sharpcap Pro v3.1 and AutoStakkert!3. Photographed on February 16, 2019 from the Dark Side Observatory in Weatherly, Pennsylvania, USA.