Copernicus, Eratosthenes and Bullialdus – reprocessed image

At the end of last year I had the luck to image the Moon over a few nights with good seeing. The following shots were acquired on the night of December 20 (original post here). The setup included the 355mm F/5 Newtonian and the ASI 120MM-S camera, and the seeing conditions were good enough at moments to allow capturing of fine details on the lunar surface. But the processing of the images was done a bit too quickly.

Now, I’ve reworked some the images, and they look a bit…better, I think.

Bullialdus:

Bullialdus.jpg

Copernicus and Eratosthenes:

CopernicusEratosthenesMax.jpg

And an enlarged view of Copernicus:

CopernicusMax.jpg

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