After long time I have set up my small telescope in order to image the moon. But soon afterwards clouds came up and there was only little time to image the Moon and Mars.

A bright Mars in the sky with 15 seconds of expusure time. Only a single image.

LUMIX G110 - Nighthawk 80/480mm

Short glimpse on the Moon in between the clouds.

LUMIX G110 - Nighthawk 80/480mm


Optics           : StellarVue Nighthawk Achromat Refractor d=80mm f=480mm (f=1/6)
                 : Intes MK-67 Maksutov Type Reflector d=150mm f=1800mm (f=1/12)
Camera           : NIKON D7000 DSLR unmodified (from 2010)
                 : Panasonic LUMIX G110 MFT System (from 2021)
                 : The Imaging Source DMK21AU4.AS monochrome USB highspeed camera
                 : Philips ToUcam 740 Color WebCam
Filter           : IR/UV Cut, Astronomik H-Alpha, Astronomik LRGB
add. optics      : ED 2x Barlow lens, eyepiece projection
                 : 35mm, 50mm, 135mm and 200mm NIKON lenses available
Mount            : VIXEN GP with MT1 / Littlefoot Controller
Guiding          : PHD
Aquisition       : DELL E6410 i5 Notebook (Windows 7)
Image Processing : ImagesPlus, NeatImage 7, PaintShopPro XI, PhotoShop LE 9, Registax 6, AviStack 2.0