The second lunar imaging session of October, and a frustrating one: lots and lots of fog, and the wind changing direction every 5 minutes or so, making the fog disappear and reappear a few times per hour. The seeing also varied a lot with the changing wind, from 6/10 to some fantastic 9/10 moments!
All of the following shots were acquired with the 355mm Newton and ASI 174MM camera. Some were taken using a Red filter, while others with a Green filter when the seeing allowed.
Copernicus in Green:
And a comparison of Copernicus between Green (left) and Red filters in 8/10 seeing:
Clavius in Green:
Plato in Red:
Rupes Recta in Red:
The Arzachel, Alphonsus and Ptolemaeus craters, in red and through dew on the secondary mirror:
Clavius in red and not so great seeing:
Archimedes in fair seeing and red: