Airplane transit in front of the Moon.
This photo consists of three continuous stacked shots taken approximately at 1/3 second intervals. After many attempts I was successful in capturing my best transit photo so far. I haven’t used any sophisticated devices. The recipe for this shot is simple. A camera attached to an 8” dob telescope and a lot of patience. Each an every time on my previous attempts there was something I didn’t like. The camera focus or the focal length or the seeing conditions or the timing wasn’t perfect. Also the fact that the photo was taken during the day and the Sun was low, about 7 degrees above the horizon, resulted to an ideal lighting balance between the Moon and the plane.