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Full Moon in Binos, showing the pattern seen by eye (leftwards leaping hare !?) Lunar crater detail 2002 First Quarter Moon taken through 10 inch 12/04 orientation as seen by eye
Full Moon showing large ray crater Tycho Sunrise over the Lunar alps. The shadows of the range are seen with the isolated peak (Mont Blanc) at the southern end. The large crater near the base of the image is Cassini. The alpine valley is clear and at 20km width gives a resolution for the image as about 5km. First Lunar picture 2002
First Lunar picture 2002 1 comment(s) rating : 2.3