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    Hi,

    I've realized three new Lunar mosaics, I invite you to go and have a look.
    If you have any comments, don't hesitate

    First one is a three days old Moon
    http://images.ciel.free.fr/Eversion/Moon/Moon3d.html
    The Moon is low in the sky, so it's difficult to obtain good pictures.

    Second one, at five days, not very good, because of a high turbulence
    http://images.ciel.free.fr/Eversion/Moon/Moon5d.html

    Third one, at seven days. I had already done a picture at this age, but this
    one shows more details.
    http://images.ciel.free.fr/Eversion/Moon/Moon7d.html


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    Nice shots.

    Low moon or not, you succeeded


    Really shows M Crisium as hexagonal, including mare area and surrounding
    ring.

    this

    Nice!

    Chuck Taylor
    Do you observe the moon?
    Try the Lunar Observing Group
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lunar-observing/

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    CLT nous a écrit :


    Thanks Chuck,

    Yes, but I'm wondering how to do the same picture, with a low turbulence ?
    I suppose I must wait for the particular moment (when?) where the sky will
    be steady.

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    Very, very nice!
    I notice they're all greyscale - have you ever tried getting a colour
    composite? The Moon may be grey-ish but is certainly not colourless!

    Thanks for sharing,
    Paul.



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    "Norbert" <Xnorbert.rumiano@numericable.frX> wrote in message
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    this


    fantastic pictures )



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    Paul Neave nous a écrit :

    Yes the Moon has colors
    But it's already quite difficult to realize a mosaic in b&w, because you
    must adjust the brigthness of each individual frame. In color, it's worse,
    because the frames have different colors, some are greenish, and some
    others are quite yellow.
    If I have to equalize the color balance, I will never finish a picture.
    And I find that, for the Moon, the color is not really interesting. A good
    b&w picture always seems to be more attractive that an average color one
    (for the Moon only, in deep sky, I prefer color).

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    Norbert. (no X for the answer)
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    knowing the universe - stellar and galaxies evolution
    http://nrumiano.free.fr
    images of the sky http://images.ciel.free.fr
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