A long time since the last post (and still needing to properly process the lunar eclipse images I took at the end of September) I finally got the 14″ re-mounted and collimated for some lunar work.
Images were taken through an Orion Optics SPX350 at f4.52 (prime focus) using a ZWO ASI120MM. Images were stacked with Autostakkert, processed in Registax 6 and Photoshop.
First up: The South Pole region (including Tycho, Clavius and Moretus)
Copernicus and surrounds:
Rupes Recta in Mare Nubium (also showing Rima Birt and the lunar dome Kies Pi):
Mare Imbrium and Plato: