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This is a wide area lunar picture from East to West 2 days before full moon. There were needed six subframes combined into a mosaic. Every subframe is a 9 megapixels single shot through a newtonian non-motorized reflector telescope, shooting in the eyepiece with afocal method. It was used a Meade series 5000 14mm eyepiece. The camera is a high definition video pocket digicam Casio Exilim EX-FS10. Autostitch did a great work combining automatically every subframe.

Copernicus crater is the biggest one near the center to the left. All around we may see ejecta rays produced after the collision that created the crater. Color has been enhance in order to contrast the different surface components. Maria are the darkest zones. Oceanus Procellarum is the biggest's to the left (West). Copernicus crater belongs to Procellarum eastern border.

by Anonymous on 2009-05-07
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