Categories: Astrophotos

The Moon by Logan Mancuso

Logan Mancuso captured this photo of the Moon on August 16th, 2011 at Cherry Springs State Park, Coudersport, PA. The Moon was at illuminated Fraction 0.883 – 3.5 days after full moon when imaged.

Logan also provided us with the camera and specs he used in taking the photo:

  • Telescope: LX200GPS
  • Camera: Canon EOS Rebel 1000D at prime focus, F/0.0, ISO 800, 1/30 sec.
  • Conditions: near perfect seeing and transparency, and no clouds

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