Your upcoming imaging projects sound like advanced objects to deal with. One close but moving low and fast, and another so so far away and dim. I guess thiskingc454
I don't know how good Celestron mounts are at tracking objects moving so quickly, as they are set to sidereal tracking rates by default. But it is possiblewespectmyauthoritah
Sometimes luck is the best thing. So the station just popped in at the time you were capturing the moon. I wonder how good the images can be when trying tokingc454
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