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Craters Goldschmidt and Anaxagoras, 



Craters Goldschmidt and Anaxagoras

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Vixen VC 200L

Imaging cameras: ASI 120MC

Mounts: Astro-Physics Mach1AP GTO with GTOCP3

Software: photoshop  ·  AutoStakkert  ·  FireCapture v2.4.07beta

Resolution: 936x714

Locations: Meadowlark Ridge Observatory, New Glarus, Wisconsin, United States


In the well illuminated are just below center in this image lie craters Goldschmidt and Anaxagoras. Goldschmidt is the larger, older and more well-worn crater. On its left (west) edge is Anaxagoras. The ray system you see is from the impact that formed Anaxagoras. These rays extend over 900km to the south reaching the area of the prominent crater Plato (not visible in this image). This area is near the moon’s north polar region.

Best 40% of 1616 frames.



Craters Goldschmidt and Anaxagoras,