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Revision as of 22:35, 2 January 2015

Where'sit?

LPOD-Dec13-10.jpg
image by Astronominsk

I wouldn't know where this is if I hadn't clipped it out of a nearly third quarter mosaic.
So that tells you what half of the visible Moon it is, but does anything look familiar?
Once you figure it out, or give up, check out the Discussion.

Chuck Wood

Technical Details
Maksutov-Cassegrain Santel D=230mm F=3000mm, barlow 1.92x + Unibrain Fire-i 702
CCD b/w camera (IEEE-1394, 1388x1040) + Astronomik Red filter. Processing in Avistack,
Astra Image, PTGui.


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