On these pages I do "moon walks" on the basis of my own photos. In other words, I try to name the objects on my lunar photos to get to know the moon better. Maybe these pages will help others to get to know the moon better as well...
On this page, the moon can be seen from shortly before Half Moon until shortly after Half Moon.
Back to the overview of my "moon walks".
The following photos show the moon after Half Moon. The photos are rotated by 180 degrees or mirrored so that they correspond to the normal visual impression.
First, a photo in two different versions taken with the 5" Dobson telescope Sky-Watcher Heritage P130 and the camera held to the eyepiece (14.4.2016; seventh day after New Moon on 7.4.2916):
Photo data: April 14, 2016, Sky-Watcher Heritage P130 telescope, Leica M (Typ 240) with 50 mm lens, held to 16 mm UWA eyepiece
Now a photo of the moon, which was taken with the Sky-Watcher Explorer 150PDS and the camera held to the eyepiece (May 5, 2017; two days afters Half Moon, which was on May 3, 2017).
Photo data: May 5, 2017, Sky-Watcher Explorer 150PDS telescope, Ricoh GR held to 16 mm UWA eyepiece
Two more photos taken with the 5" Sky-Watcher Heritage P130 telescope and the camera held to the eyepiece (April 24, 2010; 10th day after New Moon, which was on April 14, 2010):
Photo data: April 24, 2010, Sky-Watcher Heritage P130 telescope, Ricoh GXR with A12 module held to eyepiece
Finally, two photos that were taken with the 6" Newtonian telescope Sky-Watcher Explorer 150PDS with the camera held to the eyepiece (April 6, 2017; Half Moon was on April 3, 2017):
Photo data: April 6, 2017, Sky-Watcher Explorer 150PDS telescope, Ricoh GR held to 16 mm UWA eyepiece