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Tomatobro

Can anyone identify this area of the moon?

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I have looked on my lunar map and elsewhere but cannot identify this part of the moon.

Any ideas?

Graham_moon.jpg

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It's part of the Bay of Rainbows (Sinus Iridium) on the left hand side. Here is a pic showing the "promontory" sticking out into the mare:

 

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My 81 year old wingman who helped me take this image was keen to know so he could add it to his records. Many thanks. I will let him know.

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Posted (edited)

That's a lovely image! It's always interesting to know what telescope was used to take the pic. Your 81 year old wing man should be very proud! :thumbsup:

A quite spectacular display of wrinkle ridges!

Edited by mikeDnight

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Well done guys

I use an APP called LunarMap Lite

Shows all the names and features of the moon

Sinus Iridun, stands out in the APP

John

 

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You and your wingman have produced a fine image, well done.

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Equipment details

EQ6-R Pro, Skymax 180 Pro, ZWO AS!224 mc usb 3.0

2000 frames 50% rejection level, stacked in Autostakkert,  processed in Registax 6, image polished with Gimp and windows image processing.

Thank you for the praise will let wingman know?

 

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It is a very good image, well done!

May I suggest you download Virtual Moon Atlas, by Patrick Chevalley and Christian Legrand, an outstanding piece of software.

http://ap-i.net/avl/en/download

David B.

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