Moon Craters | Will Davis

Will Davis
Location of photo
Tucson, Arizona
Date/Time of photo
03:30 UT, 06-15-2011
A Meade DS series 114mm Saturn newtonian reflector telescope, an Olympus C-750 UZ, and a Meade 40mm super plossl eyepiece. Exposure time: 1/80 second, at f/3.7, ISO 50.
Craters on the east side of the Moon through a medium sized telescope, this detail is visible because the Full Moon occurred at 20:14 UT, so seven hours later at 03:00 UT, it had waned quite a bit.
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