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Purbach. May 3th 2020, 


            Wouter D'hoye

Purbach. May 3th 2020

Acquisition type: Lucky imaging

Imaging telescopes or lenses: CFF Telescopes cassegrain 300mm f/20

Imaging cameras: ZWO ASI 174MM

Mounts: Software Bisque Paramount MX

Software: Adobe Photoshop CC  ·  Emil Kraaikamp AutoStakkert! 2.6.6  ·  FIRECAPTURE 2.6 firecapture  ·  Lynkeos

Filters: Baader Planetarium orange 570nm

Date:May 3, 2020

Frames: 4000

FPS: 100.00000

Focal length: 6000

Seeing: 4

Resolution: 2838x1767

Locations: Home, Zele, Belgium

Data source: Backyard


Purbach is a large, 118km and 3km deep impact crater. The crater walls show significant signs of wear. Especially the Southern and Western parts of the crater rim have been decayed. The crater floor is flat, and is strewn with smaller impacts. Approximately centrally is a ghost crater. If a central peak is present it can be assumed to be part of the ghost crater rim.

The Northwestern rim is broken by Purbach G. A crater with a diameter of 30km.

Also in this image:
Rupes recta, Thebit, La Caille, Werner, Blannchinus, Birt & Rima Birt, Regiomontanus.

I recommend Rukl charts 54 and 55 or LAC Charts 95



Wouter D'hoye
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Purbach. May 3th 2020, 


            Wouter D'hoye