Categories: Astrophotos

The Moon by Logan Mancuso

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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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