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Aristharcus is one of the brightest craters of the moon and therefore, difficult to photograph in detail, any carelessness makes the details get lost in the excess of brightness.
This fact leads us to consider that it must be one of the youngest large impact craters, probably formed in the last 100 million years.
Stacking 300 frames out of a total of 2,000
Fire Capture, AS! 2, Irfan and Fitswork were used for capture and processing.

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My most loved region on the Moon - and so well captured!

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Superb, think you will win

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Fantastic Avani! I think you will be disqualified though, for taking this out of the window of a spaceship! ;);) 

As others have said, this is one of my favorite areas too and your capture is amazing.

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On 01/05/2018 at 19:19, johnfosteruk said:

Outstanding. We have a winner :)

 


Thanks for the comment, friend John, but no one is a winner before the final result comes out, we still have a lot of water to roll!

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