Moon Noir Images by Doris Fulton

Moon Noir Images by Doris Fulton

$20.00 for the 2 Moon Noir books (including postage)

Due to the cost of International postage, the limited/signed editions of my Moon Noir books will not be available outside the United States. 

These lunar images are just a few you will find inside these two books.


Vols I and II of MOON NOIR: Selected Lunar Images by Doris Fulton, are now available for purchase.  These special editions feature a bound-in limitation page signed by myself, Doris Fulton, and by my husband, Ken Fulton, The Light-Hearted Astronomer.  The first 100 copies ordered will be hand-numbered in order of receipt.   The remaining copies of the signed/limited print run will be duly noted with a silver-ink infinity symbol in lieu of a number.

Books will be shipped postpaid via media mail.  Delivery may take up to 3 weeks.

These books consists of my lunar images that were taken with an inexpensive Kodak camera hand- held to the telescope’s eyepiece, and afterwards processed to render digital images that would transfer clearly to the printed page. I used two reflector telescopes: A 3.5 inch Maksutov-Cassegrain reflector, the retail price of which was under $200, and a 6-inch Newtonian reflector, which cost less than $400 new. This goes to show it is not necessary to spend an enormous amount of money on a telescope to capture pleasing images.

I have also included some inspirational selections that have meant a lot to me in my life.

Thank you!

Doris Fulton

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2 thoughts on “Moon Noir Images by Doris Fulton

  1. Hi Ken, I loved the Light Hearted Astronomer. It’s one of my most valued astronomy books. I have owned it for over 30 years. I keep it in the library right next to the plunger. Over the years it has helped me get through those wet cloudy nights that we get so often up here in the Pacific Northwest.
    Even today it’s valuable insight into the dark world of amateur astronomy makes it a must read for everyone caught up in the grips of astronomy fever.
    I’m very much looking forward to reading the next book.

    Clear skies


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