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Ken Vaughan

Location of Photo:

Cattle Point, Victoria, BC, Canada

Date/Time of photo:

08 Aug 20


12" Meade LX200GPS, ZWO ASI178MM, Astronomik 742 filter


We head up way north for this shot near the terminator (the day/night line) with Aristoteles (87 km) and Eudoxus (67 km). They look to be somewhat younger and fresher than some of the Moon's craters. To the west of the pair are the eastern fringes of Mare Frigoris, the Sea of Cold. To the southwest of Aristoteles is the almost-filled-in crater Egede (36 km).


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