Location of Photo:
Santiago, Chile (Backyard)
Date/Time of photo:
Picture was taken on 16th May 2020
Setup: Explore Scientific APO ED Triplet Refractor 102 mm F/7. iOptron IEQ30 Pro Mount. Canon T6i. Settings: ISO 200, 1/250s (x500) Software: PIPP, Registax and PS.
This picture shows the real colors of moon and a beautiful shadow of Copernicus crater. 500 photographs were taken, and then they were carefully stacked and processed, in order to show the colors of the lunar terrain in high definition. This phase has been selected, since this sector of the moon is rich in basalt, making it ideal for displaying earthy and reddish colors.