Okay, so I don't have many of those comet photos and no asteroids, but I will, really...
The moon images were all done using a Philips ToUCam Pro 740k webcam. Inter-image brightness calibration is wrong---I never even tried to get them all the same and apart from some general artistic "it looks good" I don't think I could do anything.
The thing that surprised me the most about the webcam was how easy it was to get good images. It takes a little longer to make a composite than it does to go and shoot a roll of film, but I
had a film image of the moon turn out so well.
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