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After seeing the results of only 9 photos I took tonight decided by making this wall rather than publish each photo separately since found it amazing all have come out with an acceptable quality.

Each photo measures approximately 1000 X 750 pixel and the wall in the set has exactly 2992 X 2280 pixel being quite interesting to observe in full resolution.

All photos were made on the night of May 7, 2015 between the 4:33 and 4:53 TU using a C14 Edge with a camera QHY 5L II colorful and IR filter 742.


Photo 1: Lunar South Pole to highlight the Moretus crater in the foreground and an interesting text about this region can be found at the following link: http://astroavani.no.comunidades.net/index.php?pagina=1415107823_03


Photo 2: A magnificent view of the region's return Aristoteles and Eudoxus


Photo 3: Theophilus and Cyrillus two of lunar craters best known and photographed.


Photo 4: Piccolomini and Neander, but what really draws attention in this photo is the failure situated right Neander cutting a possible ancient crater. This failure known for Failure Neander was photographed in a masterly way by Wes Higgins and can be seen here: http://higginsandsons.com/astro/Pictures-iin-templets/Neander-Fault-10-29-07.htm. For those who are interested in more detailed information recommend this link: http://lpod.wikispaces.com/April+5%2C+2013


Photo 5: Capella, Gutenberg and Goclenius. The set of Rilles that cuts the region north of Gutenberg and Goclenius is an extraordinary sight for lovers of lunar topography of this adds to the Vallis Capella that seems to divide the midst of that crater.


Photo 6: Posidonius is a remarkable crater due to its fractured ground, the floor fractured craters are subdivided into various types and an explanatory text can be found here: https://tellescopio.com.br/crateras-de-chao-fraturado

Already some interesting information about their own Posidonius we read here: http://astroavani.no.comunidades.net/index.php?pagina=1415107823_02


Photo 7: Cauchy and its stupendous Rima and Rupes. This is also a region rich in Domes, and the main one called Dome Cauchy Omega can be seen perfectly in the picture including the orifice through which ran the magma that gave rise to it. For those who want to know more about this region suggest segunte reading: http://astroavani.no.comunidades.net/index.php?pagina=1414959683_02


Photo 8: Atlas and Hercules, conhecidíssimas craters of the moon's northeastern region.


Photo 9: Jansen and Jansen Rimae.




Adaptation and text: Avani Soares


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I appreciate the kind comments from colleagues.

There are nights that surprise us, in the midst of a bad seeing there was a brief moment of good seeing that allowed me to get this beautiful results in just 20 minutes.

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