Set up etx-125 alt-az alignment. Tried three times, each time, got an alignment, and the autostar quit. Finally got out the hand-paddle controller, and let the moon drift across field of view for each exposure, 1280×960 16 bit, eight exposures from a hundred to three hundred frames. Conditions pretty awful, actually, with a cloudy haze, or a hazy cloud cover. The only things visible in the sky were airplanes, the Moon, Jupiter, and Vega. Any more sharpening brings out the waves of cloud drifting across the moon. I received a C to T/2″ adapter, and connected it to a T to T focal reducer I bought and could not use several years ago. It has a 1.25 inch eyepiece to T connected to it. The focal reducer is a big glass lens. Screwed in the IR filter and grabbed what frames I could. These two were typical, reduced to 2/3 original size, then WordPress reduces them another fifty percent.