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Contains:  Solar system body or event
Moonrise on Römer and Maraldi, 


            Stefano Minelli

Moonrise on Römer and Maraldi

Technical card

Imaging telescope or lens:SkyWatcher MAK 180/2700

Imaging camera:ZWO ASI 120MC


Software:Free Software RegiStax 6Adobe Photoshop 5 CS

Accessory:Celestron GPS

Date:March 27, 2016

Frames: 3500

FPS: 10.00000

Focal length: 2700

Resolution: 1190x888

Locations: Casa, Grosseto, Italy


At the center on the top you can see Römer (40 x 40 Km). This is a young circular formation with steep slopes supporting to the South and a craterlet to the North. There are very high walls with terraces supporting craterlet to the North and a tormented floor with central mountain lengthened.
In the lower left you can see Maraldi that is an eroded circular formation (40 x 40Km) with pretty steep slopes supporting Mons Maraldi to the North-East. There are few high and damaged walls wrinkle ridges; Flat floor filled with very somber lava.
Between the two sides is Sinus Amoris, a very large flat region (250 X 150 Km).
At East there are Montes Taurus: Very tormented region suitable of ancient crater ruins to the North-East of Römer.



Stefano Minelli
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Moonrise on Römer and Maraldi, 


            Stefano Minelli

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