Finally, after a very looooong period with no good lunar imaging sessions, I had the luck of some very good seeing conditions and managed to get 300Gb of data. Lots of interesting lunar features, for some of them the following are my best shots yet. Also, pretty cold for this time of the year, with only 1 degree Celsius at the time of my departure from the observing location.
Equipment: 355mm (1600mm focal length) Newtonian telescope, 2.7x and 2.5x Barlow lenses (effective focal length of 11 meters!), ASI 174MM mono camera, Baader CCD Red filter. Images are stacks of 900-1000 out of 10000-15000 individual frames. The seeing varied from 6/10 to moments of 8/10.
Better processing of some of the images is planed for a future re-do session, but for now, here they are:
Rupes Recta shadow details:
The South Pole: