Moon - 2016/04/16
The moon in crystal clear seeing conditions. Taken with 550mm refractor ans ASI120mc camera.
This small crater is south of Mare Humorum. It's 41km in diameter and has a mountain in its center. The height of its walls is 1,700 meters or 5,200 feet.
Imaged with 11" SCT at 5,600mm.
Approaching the Moon!
Our Moon - approaching to land...
1000 stacked frames, 400x magnification
Bird's eye close up view of moon craters near the terminator.
Gassendi is a crater 110km in diameter that was created 3.9 billion years ago on our moon. Gassendi A and B are the its neighbors to the North/East. The double central mountains are 1,200 meters high.
Imaged with a 2800 mm SCT telescope.
Moon, Spring 2015
Taken with a EdgeHD SCT 11" at 2,800mm, this quarter section is splattered with craters of all sizes.
Super Moon, August 10, 2014
Captured through trees
Moon with 90mm refractor
Half moon doesn't fit the field of view, but it shows nice details in the terminator.
Taken with a EdgeHD SCT 11" at 2,800mm, the straight line at the bottom right is the Alpine Valley. It is 130 km long and 17 km wide,
More details of the terminator.
96% Moon, the day after the Super Moon, June 24, 2013.
Copernicus, a famous crater on the Moon.