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The Curtiss Cross

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The Lunar X's 'little brother'

I've been playing with LTVT

If you have clear during the day on Friday just after noon have a look for this, it'll be a challenge just as the moon is setting. It'll be at 7.8° in the west so you'll probably need a keen eye but have a go. It's at approximately 15°W/ 4.0°S just south of the small (11.22km) crater Turner and north of Parry, I bagged it in January according to my notes.

With the altitude, daytime and current weather it'll definitely be a challenge.

Clear skies


Edited by johnfosteruk
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