June 15th 2230 GMT
The sky was clear-ish and I could see the Moon and Jupiter. I took 3 sets of frames:
The Moon at 300mm focal length, ISO 100 and 1/1000 second exposure. I stacked the best 3 frames.
The Moon with Jupiter at 70mm focal length, ISO 6400 and various exposures.I combined the result with the above image to get this.
June 14th 2220 GMT
I was late in from work, so did just a quick few frames of the Moon at 300mm focal length, ISO 100 and 1/1000 second exposure.
June 9th 2110 GMT
I repeated the Moon shot with the same settings from the night before.
June 9th 0000 GMT
The sky started cloudy but there were no clear patches left when I finished the session. I took a few constellation shots, more in hope than expectancy.
A dirty lens meant that I could not use all of the Cygnus/Lyra frame.
The Bootes shot was ruined by camera shake.
I had one nice frame of Ursa Minor and it was not too bad.
June 8th 2200 GMT
The Sun had set but there was still a lot of daylight lingering. I had another go at the Moon with 300mm focal length, ISO 100 and 1/250 second exposure.
June 8th 1820 GMT
I took some shots of the Moon with my DSLR at 300mm focal length, ISO 400 and 1/800 second exposure.