Focal length = 2032mm; f10
1 degree = 60 arcminutes = 3600 arcseconds. The full moon measures about 0.5 degrees so the full Moon is about 30 arcminutes or 1800 arcseconds in diameter. A Vixen LVW 22mm (42 arcminutes) would show the full moon in my scope plus a little extra.
This image is taken from DSS and shows the open cluster, NGC 1981 in Orion. The image is 42 arcmins across and is representative of what I would see using a VLW 22mm eyepiece.The upper part of NGC 1977 “The running man” nebula is visible in the lower part of the image.
|Name||Magnif||Apparent FOV||True FOV|
|Baader 31mm mod aspheric||x66||72 degrees||66 arcmins|
|Vixen LVW 22mm||x72||65 degrees||42 arcmins|
|Vixen LVW 13mm||x153||65 degrees||25 arcmins|
|Vixen NLV 9mm||x226||50 degrees||13 arcmins|
|Vixen NLV 5mm||x406||50 degrees||7 arcmins|
|Atik Titan (at f10)||8.6 x 6.3 arcmins|
|Atik Titan with f6.3 reducer||13.2 x 9.9 arcmins|