Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy uses a special camera designed for very high frame rates to capture amazing 85-Megapixel photo of the moon in his backyard, which shows stunning close-up details – all the craters and geographical markings on the lunar surface. The backyard astrophotographer has shared the ultra high-definition version of the image on his Patreon, where his space photographs are available for sale as prints, and memebers can acquire some astrophotography tips as well.
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