Moonwalk near Appenines

I had some time to to take a look on the Moon through my telescope. Although the weather was making some troubles (clouds), I managed to take some photos.

Appenine mountain range at the top.

Not very clear photo. I used just my smartphone attached to the eyepiece.

The “edge” of the Moon.

I used just the 24mm eyepiece. The other eyepieces (4mm and 10mm) I could not use, because the adaptor that I used for attaching the smartphone, did not fit with them. So I could not take better resolution photos and also with better zoom, just because of this. The naked eye view with the other eyepieces was excellent. Okay, I do not mention the disturbing clouds.


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