Contains:  Solar system body or event
Sirsalis Crater and Rimae Sirsalis, 


            Bruce Rohrlach

Sirsalis Crater and Rimae Sirsalis

Acquisition type: Electronically-Assisted Astronomy (EAA, e.g. based on a live video feed)

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Skywatcher 200P 200mm/f5 NEQPro6

Imaging cameras: ZWO 1600mm Cooled Pro

Mounts: SkyWatcher NEQPRO6 Synscan GOTO

Software: Autostakkert  ·  Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC  ·  CanvasX Canvas X16 GIS

Accessory: TeleVue 5x Powermate

Date:Jan. 19, 2019

Focal length: 7000

Seeing: 4

Transparency: 8

Resolution: 10000x7884

Locations: Boronia, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Data source: Backyard


Sirsalis and Sirsalis A craters at sunrise, and the straight-as-a-die Rimae Sirsalis.
Sirsalis crater (foreground centre) has a 42km diameter and a depth of around 3km.

SW 8inch/f5, 5x Televue, ASI1600mm Pro, Nett FL ~7000mm.
Good steady seeing for about an hour on the 19th January.



Bruce Rohrlach
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Sirsalis Crater and Rimae Sirsalis, 


            Bruce Rohrlach