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Old Jan 19, 2016, 10:25 AM   #1
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Moon shots from last night
Afocal Shot through the lens
EM-10 Sigma 19mm f 2.8 20 lb lens ( Orion skyblast 150mm scope )

Mare Imbrium Mare Serenitati , Apollo 15 Base ( Red Square )



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Old Jan 19, 2016, 11:10 AM   #2
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that's awesome
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I ditto Sammy.
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Excellent, amazing shot
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Wow..!!! Fascinating, what a sharp picture.

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Absolutely super!!
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Thank you very much
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This is really cool Fred. Not sure I understand how it was done though, are you just pointing the Sigma 19mm + E-M10 at the eyepiece of the telescope or is there an adapter involved?
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These are super sharp. I wonder if anyone has resolved the left-behind equipment?
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This is really cool Fred. Not sure I understand how it was done though, are you just pointing the Sigma 19mm + E-M10 at the eyepiece of the telescope or is there an adapter involved?
Thank you ramcewan
I used a Celestron Universal Camera adapter to mount the EM-10 with 19mm Lens to the Telescope eye piece

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These are super sharp. I wonder if anyone has resolved the left-behind equipment?
Thank you Greg

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