Alhazen Alpha and its dusky bands

Location of photo
Taken from my backyard
Date/Time of photo
11/26/2015 About 10:00 PM EST
5"f14.2 refractor (Edmund Objective lens) and ASI 120MM webcam.Stack of about 400 frames
This image showsthe large lunar mountain Alhazen Alpha on the eastern edge of Mare Crisium. Of interest are its dusky bands which radiate from the summit.
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