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Perhaps you should look at what others have long since accomplished with plain old film, as imaging our moon from Earth and having included a few other pesky items that you claim were always so invisible to those naked/unfiltered Kodak eyes.<br /><br />BTW, you folks do realize how gamma and X-ray saturated our naked moon really is, don't you? <br />-- Brad Guth
 
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I have a cell phone camera that would at least include the planets of Venus, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn along with our physically dark moon. <br />-- Brad Guth
 
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With the vast DR scope or range of moder day CCD imaging that far exceeds the best film, there's absolutely no problem whatsoever in those digital images including a few stars, especially if the optics are unfiltered, along with the likes of our physically dark as coal moon. <br />-- Brad Guth
 
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