Moon exploration with the 180mm Maksutov

5 times Vallis Schröteri and the crater Herodotus

5000 frames 20% stacked ASI290mm with a Baader Green filter
5000 frames 20% stacked ASI290mm with a Baader Red filter
5000 frames 20% stacked ASI290mm with a Baader Red filter second round
5000 frames 20% stacked ASI290mm with a Baader Red filter third round
5000 frames 20% stacked ASI290mm with a Baader IR filter
20000 frames 5% stacked ASI290mm with a Baader IR filter

The out-of-focus star test of the Mak during the imaging session of tonight. A slight de-centering is noticeable, as well as a thermal chimney 10 seconds stacked.

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Low, low, low Jupiter!

The planet barely clears the houses and tress. This is madness. Red spot showing nicely however. All images with a 180mm Maksutov & ASI290MM. Some artefacts I did not remove. I did not use an ADC (Atmospheric Dispersion Corrector)

Lunar craters

Some details that stood out last night on the waxing Moon. Craters Posidonius, Theophilus & others. All images under pretty bad seeing, with the 180mm SkyWatcher Maksutov @ F15. ASI290MM.

Posidonius
Again Posidonius, a bit harder processed
Wider area around Posidonius
Theophilus and Catharina
North side of the Moon with Hercules (top right), Lacus Mortis (basin right bottom) and Gartner (sunken demi-crater bootom left of the center)