Astrophotographer Bartosz Wojczynski Combines 32,000 Shots To Get A Single High-Res Image Of The Moon


A self-taught Polish astrophotographer has captured a super high resolution image of the moon, by combining a series of 32,000 photographs. It took Bartosz Wojczynski just 28 minutes to take the shots from his balcony, with equipment worth $3500, yet the total file size was a massive 73.5 gigabytes. Wojczynski spent up to six hours combining the images, to produce the ones you see below. Check it out!

Website: albireo.vipower








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