From Mare Serenitatis to Mare Humboldtianum

Posted by ThomKat
on Friday, May 9, 2014

Image of the NE Quadrant of the Moon taken at 2058 CDT on the evening of May 4, 2014 (0158 2014.05.05 UTC) from T.O.M.S. Observatory in NE Mississippi. The image, centered on the craters of Atlas and Hercules, covers an area stretching from Mare Serinitatis (lower left) to beyond Mare Huboldtianum (upper right).

TMB-130SS apo with an IS-DBK 41 camera with a 2x PowerMate (f/14); 2000 frames, best 200 stacked in AutoStakkert!2, and sharpening in IP v5.75.

Tom W.
Top of Mississippi Skies (T.O.M.S.)
Observatory 34.9 N - 88.3 W
Iuka, MS

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