Had a rare clear night last week, and despite a very hectic schedule, pulled out the tripod around 10 p.m. to squeeze off a few lunar astrophotos. I wanted to set up my telescope for this, but the moon was already low in the sky and my window of opportunity was shrinking fast. So the 500mm reflex had to suffice. It didn't do too badly. I plan to eventually do a month-long chronicle of the lunar phases, but expecting 28-plus days of cloudless nights is asking a bit much, perhaps.
Camera: Canon 7D Lens: Canon FD 500mm f/8 reflex plus Vivitar 2x telextender
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