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Roel

Pastel sketch: Sunrise over Copernicus

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I made this pastel sketch of crater Copernicus last night. It was very cold (-9 Celsius) but the seeing was pretty good. I observed from 18.00UT till 19.00UT. Sketch is made with white pastel om black paper. The scope I used was my old 3" f/16 Polarex/Unitron refractor.

For a larger version: Zonsopkomst boven Copernicus Roelblog

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That is the most incredible lunar sketch I've ever seen! That is inspired and inspiring! Thankyou.

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Stunning! I don't think I'd get that working from a photo in the warm!

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Absolutely phenomenal, nothing else to say! :icon_salut:

Thanks

Stu

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Wow, that's stunning! Who needs cameras?

I had to do a 'double take' as I thought it was a photograph!

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can only echo the comments already given. Wow

thanks for sharing Roel :icon_salut:

Edited by Nexus 6

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