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Lunar Crater Clavius.jpg

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Clavius,
is one of the largest crater formations on the Moon,and it is the second largest crater on the visible near side (very close in size to Deslanders ).It is located in the rugged southern highlands of the Moon, to the south of the prominent ray crater Tycho,the crater is named for the Jesuit priest Christpher Clavius, a 16th-century German mathematician and astronomer.(Wikipedia)

Coordinates 58.4°S 14.4°W
Diameter 231 km
Depth 3.5 km
Colongitude15° at sunrise

DAY: Saturday   DATE: 16/4/16   TIME: 22:00
SCOPE: Dob 10px Sky-watcher 1200/4.7 
EYEPIECE: Explore Scientific 4.7mm 82°
LOCATION: Mammari

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