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Ptolemaeus, Alphonsus, Arzachel, Rupes recta & co. May 31st 2020, 



    
        

            Wouter D'hoye

Ptolemaeus, Alphonsus, Arzachel, Rupes recta & co. May 31st 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 IR pass 685nm


Date:May 31, 2020

Frames: 5000

FPS: 100.00000

Focal length: 6000

Seeing: 3

Transparency: 4


Resolution: 2577x3614

Locations: Home, Zele, Belgium

Data source: Backyard

Description

A 3-panel mosaic of this lovely area. One that I always try to image when I get the chance.

As I'm working on my website related to the Lunar 100

www.wouterdhoye.be (so expect an update there in the coming days)

I'll cover the ones visible in this image:

L015: Rupes recta: Archetype lunar fault line
L028: Hipparchus. Just west from Ptolemaeus: Next to being an impressive crater it was the first crater of which a detailed "High definition" drawing was made.
L046: The central peak of Regiomontanus, which has a little crater on top. This little crater is designated Regiomontanus A.
L047: Dark spots in Alphonsus caused by volcanic deposits. The image in fact shows the volcanic craters
L051: Catena Davy: Probably the best known crater chain, caused by a series of impacts when a meteorite disintegrated in multiple smaller objects before making it's impact.
L075: Ptolemaeus B is in the image but needs more grazing light to be visible, as it is a very minor depression in the Ptolemaeus floor.
L061: M¨osting A: a small bowl shaped crater on the Western edge of Flammarion
L092: Vallis Gylden. An elongated valley. formed by secondary impacts when the Imbrium basin was formed. Many similar crevasses can be seen in the Northern part of the image and are part of wat is called the Imbrium Sculpture.

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Ptolemaeus, Alphonsus, Arzachel, Rupes recta & co. May 31st 2020, 



    
        

            Wouter D'hoye