Moon, 16 July 2017

I have set one of the telescopes of Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics to take a single shoot of Moon. The settings I have used are following:

Target: Moon
Object Type: Moon
Distance: 384 thousand km (1.3 light seconds)

Field of View: zoom
Exposure Time: 1 Seconds
Filter Selection: gray

Used telescopes:

Details of observation:

Object: Moon
Date: Sun, Jul 16, 2017
Start Exposure: 06:26:46 AM
Comments: MicroObservatory is run by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
Town: Amado
State: AZ
Country: USA
Telescope’s Name: Ben

Camera:

Camera: Main
Exposure Time: 00.10 sec.
Filter: Grey (ND4)
Focus Value: 2000
Zoom: In

Coordinates:

Celestial:
Right Ascension: 01h 23.7m
Declination: 03 degrees 40 minutes

Terrestrial:
Altitude: 61 degrees 40.8 minutes
Azimuth: 189 degrees 24.8 minutes

Misc:

Hour Angle: 00h 17.8m
Local Siderial Time: 18:40:24
Greenwich Mean Time: 13:26:46
End Exposure: 06:26:48 AM
Longitude: 110.88
Latitude: 31.68
Mode of Operation: remote
Tracking: Sidereal
CCD Temp: 274.00
Ambient Temp: 294.00
Circuit Temp: n/a
Finder Offsets: none

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