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Product of an impact that occurred about 3,900 million years ago, with dimensions of 570 x 620 km, and some walls surrounding 3000m high, Crisium Mare is one of the most spectacular landforms that we see our moon with a telescope.

Mare Crisium is a lunar mare located in the Moon's Crisium basin, just northeast of Mare Tranquillitatis. The basin is of the Pre-Imbrian period, 4.55 to 3.85 billion years ago.

Location: Bustarviejo / Espaņa


Telescope: Newton SW12" f1500

Camera: ZWO ASi 120MC

Barlow 2.25X

IR filter 742

Exposure time: Composition of 4 videos 1 minute.

Processing: PIPP, AS!2,Register 6,Fitswork.

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