The first two pictures were using the telescope as a lens without the eye piece. It gives decent pictures but no secondary magnification.
The second set of pictures that are a bit blurry and under-exposed were using the 10mm eye piece and the adapter to focus on the eye piece.
I was trying to hold the camera in place but that produced a bunch of really blurry pictures that I just deleted. I then used a second
tri-pod to try and steady the camera. This worked better but still wasn't very good. I switched to the 20 mm eye piece for the last
set of pictures that were better exposed and better focused. I still think I can do better but had had enough with trying to get the two
tri-pods positioned and steadied before the Moon moved out of position. I can see why people spend thousands of dollars on tri-pods
and stabilizing equipment.
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