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MOON - Aristoteles • Eudoxus • Mitchell • Egede, 



    
        

            Oleg Zaharciuc

MOON - Aristoteles • Eudoxus • Mitchell • Egede

MOON - Aristoteles • Eudoxus • Mitchell • Egede, 



    
        

            Oleg Zaharciuc

MOON - Aristoteles • Eudoxus • Mitchell • Egede

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: CELESTRON C9.25

Imaging cameras: ZWO optical ASI178MC

Mounts: CELESTRON CGEM

Software: Autostakkert 2 AutoStackkert2  ·  Dstation  ·  Adobe PhotoShop CS 3


Date: Sept. 2, 2015

Time: 02:47

Frames: 600

FPS: 57.00000

Focal length: 2350

Seeing: 4

Transparency: 8


Resolution: 946x803

Locations: Chisinau, Moldova, Chisinau, Moldova, Moldova

Description

Eudoxus is a prominent lunar impact crater that lies to the east of the northern tip of the Montes Caucasus range. It is located to the south of the prominent crater Aristoteles in the northern regions of the visible Moon. To the south is the ruined formation of Alexander, and the small crater Lamèch lies to the southwest.

The rim of Eudoxus has a series of terraces on the interior wall, and slightly worn ramparts about the exterior. It lacks a single central peak, but has a cluster of low hills about the midpoint of the floor. The remainder of the interior floor is relatively level. Eudoxus has a ray system, and is consequently mapped as part of the Copernican System.

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Histogram

MOON - Aristoteles • Eudoxus • Mitchell • Egede, 



    
        

            Oleg Zaharciuc