Super Gibbous Moon with Excellent northern libration with the Orion 10" f/3.9 Newtonian Astrograph December 28, 2017 Uploaded 12/29/17 Note: Conventional usage of South is up in all images, more info below.
Normal projection, look at how close Clavius near the top is to the limb. Also Mare Frigoris along the bottom is quite distant from the northern limb. It normally takes 4 images to cover this phase of moon with the 10 inch, but tonight I just couldnt fit it on 4 and had to add two more to get the whole moon! Select size for enlarged view: 1400 x 1200
Same Image but changed to Azimuthal Equadistant Projection. This makes each 10 degrees of Lattitude and Longitude equal in lenght from center to disk. It basically removes the edge compression distortion so craters on the limb appear more or less round again all the way to the center to edge. For example, look at Mare Crisium. Its totally round now, so is Clavius at top and most of the polar craters. Select size for enlarged view: 1400 x 1200
5x power mate set for 5 meters of focal lenght (f/20) close ups.  Seeing was 2.5/5 so its not razor sharp, but some details are present.

Processing: 25/1200 best frames, alignment in Autostakkert, USM, Levels and Contrast Masking In Photoshop CS2 and Image J.
Instrument: Orion (GSO) 10" f/3.9 with 5x Powermate Platform: Astrophysics AP1200 CCD Camera: Image Source DMK 51 Filter: Orion IR Pass Exposure: 1/30 sec 12fps Location: Payson, Arizona Elevation: 5150 ft. Sky: Seeing 4/5, Transparency 7/10 Outside Temperature: 55F