Thursday, March 13, 2014

Lunar Imaging Session - March 13, 2014

I setup the Meade 8" f/10 SCT to test out of my previous star collimation after laser collimation to see if everything turns out ok. Although seeing condition is not that good. The image I got is a vast improvement from the last time I tried to image with it which cant snap into focus last time around. This time I can now get a proper focus despite fair seeing. I hope to get more test on the scope to finalize if I need to further adjust a bit more the collimation. With the Waxing Gibbous Moon nearing my roof obstruction, I quickly change scope back to my trusty TV-101 refractor to snap a quick image with double stacked 2x barlow as well as full disk shot.

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