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The below image ( hopefully ! ) is the approximate Apollo 15 Landing site, hidden in the darkness.
Imaged on 09/07/2019 with my Intes-Micro MN56 Telescope and ZWO178MC camera, with Meade x2 ED Barlow lens.
Image processed through Autostakkert and GIMP, including text input via ArcSoft PhotoStudio 5.5




09_07-2019_Apollo15-Landing Site_JPEG.jpg

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Nicely done Steve, I've just been having a not very successful try at the Apollo 11 site Moon is too low and a lot of thin cloud about.


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Very detailed, really good!

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