Pictures taken with a Canon A70 through a 12.5" Meade Starfinder telescope. Each picture is a stack of 10 or so images processed in various ways.
|The moon on 11/13/03||Copernicue, Kepler and Aristarchus||The region around the crater Aristarchus|
|Copernicus||Plato above Mare Imprium on the left and the craters Aristoteles (above) and Eudoxus on the right. Mare Serenitatis is in the lower right corner.||Mare Serenitatis on the left, with the craters Poseidinius and Atlas just above center.|
|Mare Nectarus (center), Flanked on the left by the large craters (from top) Theophilius, Cyrilius and Datharina. The large half-crater at the of the Mare is Fracastorius.||The Sea of Tranquility above, with Sinus Aperitatis below center.||The southern highlands, with Tycho in the upper left|
|The Tycho region|