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It is amazing the great deal of detail Sinus Iridum shows in this picture. Sinus Iridum is part of Mare Imbrium, a very flat area with very small craters inside. A mountainous rim called Montes Jura range defines this area with precision.

Pavel Presnyakov from Kiev, Ukraine, took this detailed image of Sinus Iridum area.

2015-10-18 15:47:24       
Olivier Eb is easier. 0-3-3-1. (Yes, 3-3-3-1 also works, and is exctaly as hard as the 4-4-4-2 E, but 0-3-3-1 is just a wee stretch.)I've kinda gone to the dark side, though; my usual E is now 4-4-4-7. (Number 6 at the top.) It's worth getting that position down anyway, since it's a real nice alternate voicing for (for example) a D chord, and allows you to move around easily from, for example, E to Emaj7 to E7 to E6.
2012-01-11 07:39:52       
Ho ho, who wodula thunk it, right?
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