To stop the Moon…

Dmitry Matsnev
Location of photo
Moscow, Russia
Date/Time of photo
March 20, 2015. 09:21 - 11:21 UTC
Each individual image taken with Canon Powershot SX50HS at ISO 80, 1/400s, 50x zoom (1200 mm equivalent), Baader Astrosolar aperture filter
During Solar eclipse we see how the Moon passes along the Solar disk showing us certain parts of the lunar limb. But what if we call the modern image processing methods and use them to stop the Moon? After aligning all individual images of eclipse phases relative to the Moon center we can see all the lunar limb parts at the same image.
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