Composite image of the Moon in color.
A cresent Moon.
Composite image of the Moon.
Composite image of the Moon. Testing my Canon 550D.
Aristoteles 8.3.2014
Aristoteles lies near the southern edge of the Mare Frigoris and to the east of the Montes Alpes mountain range. It has a diameter of 87 km and a depth of 3,3 km.
Clavius 9.4.2014
Clavius is one of the largest crater formations on the Moon, and it is the third largest crater on the visible near side. It has a diameter of 225 km and depth of 3,5 km.
Plato 9.4.2014
Plato is an ancient lava-filled crater. It is located on the northeastern shore of the Mare Imbrium. It has a diameter of 109 km and a depth of one km.
Copernicus 9.4.2014
Copernicus is located in eastern Oceanus Procellarum, It typifies craters that formed during the Copernican period in that it has a prominent ray system that extends as far as 800 km.
Copernicus 9.4.2014
Same crater a little over an hour later. The shadows on the crater floor have changed a little.
Theophilus 14.4.2015
Theophilus is a crater with a large central peak. The rim of Theophilus has a wide, terraced inner surface that shows indications of landslips. It is 14,000 feet deep with massive walls. The central peak is about 2 kilometers high.
Posidonius 14.4.2015
Posidonius is located on the north-eastern edge of Mare Serenitatis. The rim of Posidonius is shallow and obscured, especially on the western edge, and the interior has been overlain by a lava flow in the past.
Neper 27.10.2015
Neper is located near the eastern limb of the Moon and can be viewed well only during a suitable libration. It is 137 km wide and 2 km deep with a high sharp central peak.
Albategnius 3.11.2015
Albategnius is located in the central highlands. It is 129 km wide and 4,4 km deep with a 1,5 km high central peak.
Clavius 3.11.2015
Clavius seen with the Sun shining from the opposite direction compared to the 9.4.2014 picture.
Southern Moon and Clavius 3.11.2015
A composite of the southern regions of Moon. Link to a full size image.
Copernicus 5.11.2015
Copernicus with long shadows.
Sinus iridum 5.11.2015
Sinus Iridum is a basalt filled ancient crater 236 km wide.
Pythagoras 5.11.2015
Pythagoras is a 130 km wide crater with a 1,5 km double central peak. It is located near the northwestern limb of the Moon.
Väisälä 23.11.2015
Väisälä is a small 8 km crater named after famous Finnish astronomer Yrjö Väisälä. Väisälä lies just to the west of the Rupes Toscanelli fault line, and the Rimae Aristarchus rille system.
Schickard 23.11.2015
Schickard is a 227 km wide crater with depth of 1,5 km It has clearly visible albedo markings on the crater floor.
Gassendi 23.11.2015
Gassendi is a lava filled crater at the northern edge of Mare Humorum. Its floor is criss-crossed with a rille system named the Rimae Gassendi.
Schiller 23.11.2015
Schiller is an elongated crater 179 km long and 71 km wide in the southwestern sector of the Moon.
Moon mosaic 23.11.2015
A big stretch showing craters with bright line systems typical to Copernican period of the Moon.
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