I took a picture of the Moon and Venus low in the western sky on March 18, 2018. The Moon and Venus are further apart. A better image is located at https://clearskytonight.com/wiki/March_18,_2018.
I took a picture of the Moon and Venus low in the western sky on March 18, 2018. A better image is located at https://clearskytonight.com/wiki/March_18,_2018.
The clouds cleared and I was able to use the Meade ETX 90EC with the Canon to get some images of the moon. Unfortunately, the clouds came back and I missed the lunar eclipse in the morning.
The full image is available at https://clearskytonight.com/wiki/Jan_30,_2018.
I took a picture of the Wolf Moon. More information on the image can be found on our wiki.
The night was looking clear so started the telescope cool down in the garage. I had also read about the controls on the camera and found the feature to zoom in on the Live View to help with focusing. So tried that and a much better session. However, I am not sure if a dark or light exposure of the moon looks better aesthetically.
Full image located at https://clearskytonight.com/wiki/October_30,_2017
The night before was clear but I forgot to take out the ETX to cool before getting back from walking the dogs. But tonight I took it out during dinner. I connected the Canon after dinner and looked for Saturn. It was in the southwest and was almost behind the tree. I moved the tripod and took some images. I struggled trying to remember the settings on the Canon and accidently erased the memory card. Opps!!
But, I did get images of Saturn and the Moon. I looked at the images on the computer and Saturn was blurry but the moon wasn’t that bad.
Full image located at https://clearskytonight.com/wiki/October_24,_2017