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Super Moon Mosaic on May 2020

It toke more than 10 years of astrophotography so that I finally make a moon mosaic!

After a month with a lot of good nights for deep sky astrophotography (Which I’ll post here soon), the full moon came and made it unfeasible.

But my will for astrophotography stayed. What can I do?

Well, do a moon mosaic, of course!

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NGC 3115 (The Splindle Galaxy) – My first galaxy

I was thinking in not even publish this image here. Althougth I was happy because it was a galaxy after all, my first galaxy, I was disapointed with the results. NGC 3115 is a tiny little galaxy with just 7 arc minutes of aparent diameter.

But then I though: well, the main reason to mantein this blog is to keep an historic. Maybe this image could be important to the “Luiz” of the future to see it and compare with new photos of other galaxies and compare the results.

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Moon and Saturn conjunction on November 29

Moon and Saturn went on a beautiful conjunction on November 29, 2019. And I was able to register, because…

It’s Friday, Friday… gotta get down on Friday!

Ups, sorry! Got carried away.

Well, my first successful high dynamic range of the moon.

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