©Jamie Cooper/Science Museum Group
This photograph of The Moon was imaged in small sections through a powerful 10 inch Newtonian telesope. The resulting photographs were then carefuly digitally stitched together to form this very high resolution and higlhy detailed image of a waning Moon that's just past full phase. Jamie Cooper is an astrophotographer who travels extensively to capture phenomena such as comets, Northern Lights and eclipses. His high resolution planetary photography has contributed to scientific research and he has been featured on the BBC and in specialised astronomy magazines from around the world.
High Resolution Moon - Waning Gibbous Phase