From the Lens of Lisa

by Lisa Ann Fanning

Hello and welcome to this month’s installment of “From the Lens of Lisa.”

10/5/22 11:58 PM EDT After days of rain here in Central New Jersey, there was finally a tiny window of clear skies before more clouds rolled in. I took advantage of that window to view the Waxing Gibbous Moon.

iPhone 13 through Celestron NexStar Evolution 8 (32 mm eyepiece)

10/11/22 When you love sleep a lot but your husband says the words… “look at the Moon!” 🙂 (And the foliage is beginning to turn!)

Canon PowerShot SX70 HS

10/16/22 The Moon was looking great as it was approaching Last Quarter! Some nice details on the terminator!

Canon PowerShot SX70 HS

10/22/22 4:20 AM ET- Up early to look for Orionid Meteors (we saw 5,) I spent a lot of time looking up in this region last night during a rare NJ crystal clear night. Mars was also shining bright and the Hyades and Pleiades were also quite visible naked eye!

iPhone 13 for wide field
Detail: iPhone 13 through CelestronNexstar Evolution 8 with 13mm eyepiece (handheld)

Sharpened and contrasted using standard iOS tools.
Assembled and labeled in Bazaart

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