Observations made with the Telementor

Moon Observing

Due to its relative long f ratio (f/13.33), the small Zeiss is an ideal scope to observe the Moon. In this section you'll be able to see some fine pictures and sketches of the Moon, taken using different techniques; from conventional film cameras to CCD devices and digital still cameras. 
 
 
   
   

Moon image taken by J. Paul Roux (France)
 


 
 
   
   

Moon image taken by Gary Beal (New Zealand)
 


 
 
       
      

Moon image taken by Luis Argüelles (Spain)

   Location: Quintueles, near Gijón, Spain
   Date: 24th, July, 2001
   Taken in afocal mode with Baader Planetarium Eudiascopic 35mm + Ultima 2x Barlow (48x)
   Camera: Olympus C2000Z

 

 
 
   
   

Moon image taken by Luis Argüelles (Spain)

   Location: Quintueles, near Gijón, Spain
   Date: 28th, July, 2001
   Taken in afocal mode with Baader Planetarium Eudiascopic 35mm + Ultima 2x Barlow (48x)
   Camera: Olympus C2000Z

 

 
   
   

Moon image taken by Luis Argüelles (Spain)

   Location: Quintueles, near Gijón, Spain
   Date: 4th, August, 2001
   Taken in afocal mode with Baader Planetarium Eudiascopic 35mm + Ultima 2x Barlow (48x)
   Camera: Olympus C2000Z

 

 

 
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