Sounds a good start, Thanks, just hope it does not cloud overIt's a sunny day on the moon so the sunny f/16 rule almost applies.
I would start with
1/250, f/8, ISO100
and adjust shutter speed if required.
Aperture no higher than f/8 or you will begin to introduce image degradation due to the lens limitations.
Manually focus on infinity - you can't miss (it is 250k miles away!).
I have a bitThat looks sharp to me, but have a play about with different settings until you get the result you're happiest with.
Yeah using the same lens, I may try again tonight at around the 200-250I'd look up whichever lens your are using on the internet and find its sharpest aperture (Nikon 18-70dx for example is 8.0 but that definitely won't be long enough), then I'd get out at dusk with a sturdy tripod and start photographing while there is still some blue sky, then wait until it goes black for a different look.
I tried a few times with my sigma 70-300 apo - its noticably soft past 225mm and the more I use it, the more i notice it.