Well done, one of your better ones. The night wasn't totally wasted then, but we now have tripod anti-vibration and anti-slip feet for when the ground is wet and soft.
A quick bit of arithmetic shows that, if there is no atmosphere, the detail that can be seen of the Moon with your telescope and camera is 1.2 miles or 1.95 kilometres per pixel. Not going to be achieved this time as a single shot and the Moon was a bit low.
I've had a go myself on the image you supplied; I'll pick up your original and have a try on that some time.
On Fri, 30 Jul 2021 at 21:49, Robert Chandler <rob...@appendixb.co.uk
Very nice Kevin. Glad that you are feeling better now.