I know it's a bit off-topic, but I'll try to explain...
I've been gradually refining my imaging technique for the last 3 years (details can be discussed elsewhere). But I now have very critical criteria for when the moon can be imaged - in order to improve my chances of good results.The central requirement is the moon at minimum 40 degree altitude and between azimuth 120 and 270 degrees (about SE to W). This results in 6-10 nights a month, at different times depending on the moon phase.
November produced 6 productive sessions (October yielded none!!), with a lot of imaging done between 4-6am. I have around 200Gb of data to analyse, and it takes ages. But it is great fun!!
Add this commitment to the fact that I'm away from home, and layout work goes "down the swanny"!!
Will send you a PM later today.
It's good to have several major hobbies. Inevitably, there's always a tailing of interest at times, so other things take over. Being away from home is re-kindling my interest in layout scenic work!
Edited by Physicsman, 16 November 2017 - 13:46 .