Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Lunar Imaging Session - February 7, 2017
The sky this evening is clear but seeing condition is poor. With all my astro gears transferred to our new place, I only got a flimsy 60mm f/9 refractor on a lightweight Nexstar mount to image the Waxing Gibbous Moon with my ZWO ASI120MM Webcam. I test shot one with 0.5x reducer while the other image using the standard webcam resolution. Image is fair as I'm not expecting this scope to perform better than my trusty TV-101 refractor which I will start using again when we completely transferred officially as still lots of stuffs to moved out and test throw away.