Large Full Moon astrophotography

Full Moon with detailed craters - Takahashi TOA130 - Astrophotography by Vincent Pelletier.

| Published in Sky - Tags moon

A large full Moon picture.

The aim of this photography is to bring Moon’s surface details.

As the Full Moon is very bright, I wanted to keep a natural aspect.

So the shadows are very light, not dark.

Astrophotography using a Canon EOS 60D and a Takahashi TOA130 refractor telescope.

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