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Experimenting with multi-channel lunar photography. As expected, using color data from a filtered ZWO camera produces immensely higher quality results than a DSLR.
- Location: Zwardoń, Poland
- Date and time: 2015 April 25, 21:42 - 21:48 CEST
- Camera: ZWO ASI174MM
- Filtering: Delta Optical-GSO Wratten #47 (violet) + Baader UV/IR-Cut (mapped to blue channel); Astronomik IR-Pass 742 (mapped to red channel)
- Mount: Sky-Watcher HEQ5
- Optics: Celestron C9.25; f = 2350 mm
- Exposure: 150 out of 600 frames in both channels
- Processing: AutoStakkert (alignment, stacking); Astra Image (Lucy-Richardson deconvolution, wavelet transform); Adobe Photoshop (manual alignment, channel mapping, color balance, curve adjustment)
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