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Tycho, Copernicus and Plato Mosaic 18.02.2016
 
© Vicky050373

Tycho, Copernicus and Plato Mosaic 18.02.2016

Finished my mosaic of The Moon using AVI files taken on 18.02.16.
Only covered part of the lunar surface which includes, from left to right, craters Tycho (bright crater to the far left), Copernicus (crater with the prominent "ray" system to the bottom middle) and Plato (dark circular crater to the far right).
Mare Nubium is the dark area between Tycho and Copernicus.
Mare Imbrium is the dark area to the lower right of the image between Copernicus and Plato.
You can also see Montes Apenninus and Montes Alpes arching around Mare Imbrium from Copernicaus towards Plato.
All AVI files stacked in RegiStax6 and then images merged in PS Elements 11


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© Vicky050373

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