The nights of almost full moon are beautiful but pretty bad for deep sky imaging due to the intense light comming from it. Fortunately, the moon itself is a wonderful target.
Although the full moon doesn't reveal a lot of detail on it because of the equally distributed light on all the surface, it still has some magic when looking at it.
Here, 98% full moon at a distance of 399.490,41 km through the ETX-70. These are 15 images at ISO 200 1/125s. Stacked with Registax and post processed with StarTools to enhace the details.
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