Just suggestions for future ref. For a start use 400 ISO that will give you an extra 2 stops to play in shutter speeds, 1/10 of a sec is slow enough to make the pic looks a little soft, due to the rotation of the earth, coupled with the magnification of the lens.
You also dont need an aperture fo f20, something nearer 5.6 or 8 will be fine.
Erm, ISO 100, F8.0, 1/10, 190mm, ND8, wrong white balance hence a blue moon (?[:S]),
and two things are clear: (1) I ain't got nuff zoom and (2) the startling difference in low
level output between my LCD and CRT is beginning to irritate me. One of them is wrong,
or they are probably both wrong but one of them much more so than the other. I'm going
for a walk...
P.S. I tried to tart it up with some illumination effects as well.
Finaly got my camera to take a decent moon pic.....
 Ok!! I didnt really take that but I discovered it on this site www.rc-astro.com and thought how well the enhanced colours show the details of the Moon! More info on the pic here There are some excellent astro pics on that site! well worth checking out 
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