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Date/Time of photo:
November 02, 2011 2230 EDT
Celestron CPC-1100 @f10 and Canon XT (350D. One frame at ISO-100 for .8 sec.
This is the Werner Lunar X created by sunlight hitting to very tops of three craters at the precise time. This image was taken at the last favorable opportunity for North America viewing for 2011. Also noticed in the top of the image is what some refer to is the Lunar "V".