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Kepler Crater - 25 June 2018, 





    
        

            Geof Lewis

Kepler Crater - 25 June 2018

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Resolution: 938x946

Date:June 25, 2018

Time: 22:22

Frames: 200

FPS: 20.00000

Focal length: 8000

Seeing: 3

Transparency: 6

Data source: Backyard

Description

Kepler is a 2.75 km (1.7 mile) deep impact crater in the west of the Moon (N8 W38), having a diameter of 32 km (19 miles). It lies at the eastern edge of Oceanus Procellarum and is particularly notable for it's bright ray system which extends in excess of 300 km (200 miles) over the surrounding mare.

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Kepler Crater - 25 June 2018, 





    
        

            Geof Lewis