Lacus Mortis area on the Moon

Location of photo
Dumitrana, Romania
Date/Time of photo
November 19, 2016
355mm F/4.5 Newtonian, 2x and 3x barlows, ASI 174MM with red filter. Seeing 8/10.
One of the best known areas of the Moon, with the hexagonal-shapped Lacus Mortis crater and its many rilles on the floor. Burg is the well defined crater at the core of Lacus Mortis. A lovely view at high powers through large instruments, in good seeing. Full resolution image:
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