Craters Theophilus, Cyrillus, and Catharina

Posted by DaveMitsky
on Monday, March 16, 2009

by Dave Mitsky

This is an eyepiece projection shot of the lunar dogleg formed by the prominent craters Theophilus, Cyrillus, and Catharina that I took at the Astronomical Society of Harrisburg's Naylor Observatory near Lewisberry, Pennsylvania, using a 17" f/15 classical Cassegrain and a Pentax K1000 SLR camera.  Each of the craters is on the order of 100 kilometers in diameter.  Theophilus is the uppermost crater and lunar north is up in the photograph.

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