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Here are images of the moon I did with my new scope, happy so far, and i know those are not good enough processed, but with that simple i can be proud that i can have good results, these are for now my best moon shots so far, and still i have some not processed, i don't know if seeing was great excellent or fair or poor, i just care I've got results.
At 22:15 BST this evening I was taking a tour of the terminator and, as I was studying the vicinity of what I think was Sinus Iridium I saw a very bright smudge to its North West. I managed quite sharp focus on the crater edges but the bright smudge woukd not resolve.
Studying my lunar map I beleieve the smudge was either on the edge of Foucault or Hacpalus (Foucault if Hacpalus was disected by the terminator).
I have no idea what I was looking at but, it looked almost like ejecta catching the sun as it settled back to the lunar surface.
Madness I know but.........