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Lacus Somniorum (Endymion, Atlas, Posidonius and Hercules), 


            Jose Carballada

Lacus Somniorum (Endymion, Atlas, Posidonius and Hercules)

Technical card

Resolution: 1185x1459

Date:Oct. 8, 2017

Time: 00:54

Frames: 50

FPS: 72.00000

Focal length: 3600

Locations: Berga Resort, Berga, Barcelona, Spain

Data source: Backyard


Lacus Somniorum is a plain located in the northeastern part of the Moon's near side and has a diameter of 384 kilometers. (It is the largest of the lunar features designated Lacus.) The name is Latin for Lake of Dreams. (Wiki)

The largest crater at south is Posidonius with a diameter of 95 km and depth of 2.3 km.
The big one at North (on shadows) is Endymion with a diameter of 125 km and depth of 2.6 km.

Just starting on moon photography, alway focus on deep space...



Jose Carballada
License: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike Creative Commons


Lacus Somniorum (Endymion, Atlas, Posidonius and Hercules), 


            Jose Carballada