Flemming R. Ovesen / Torben Taustrup


The Moon

Lunar eclipse April 3. 1996



Craters and features
Craters and features are listed in alphabetical order

Agrippa - Aristoteles - Atlas - Bettinus - Burg - Clavius - Copernicus - Copernicus - Eratosthenes - Gassendi - Maurolycus - Petavius - Philolaus - Plato - Plinius - Posidonius - Pythagoras -Reiner Gamma - Rupes Recta - Schikard - Theofilus - Tycho - Vallis Schroter
 

Moon mosaics:
Moon mosaic of the area around Clavius
Four image mosaic. Exposure time: 0.2 second. The images are eyepiece projections showing a minor part of the southern Moon. The crater "Clavius" is seen in the lower section. File size: 64 kb.

Moon mosaic - area around Janssen
Twenty image mosaic. Exposure time: 0.01 second. The images are eyepiece projections - each frame covers approximately 3' x 2.2'. The area is close to the terminator about 40 degrees east - southern part. File size: 160 kb.


Moon overviews:
Moon taken with 80 mm ED Sky-Watcher and SXV H9

Moon taken with 80 mm ED Sky-Watcher and SXV H9 - Colour image comprising approximately 80 exposures. Date: March 25 - 2007

Southern part of the Moon taken with 12.5" f/5 Newtonian. Approximately 40 exposures. Date: January 7 - 2009

Northern part of the Moon taken with 12.5" f/5 Newtonian. Approximately 40 exposures. Date: January 7 - 2009

Moon mosaic comprising six stacks. Taken with 12.5" f/5 Newtonian. Date: January 25 - 2010

Handheld digital camera (Canon Power Shot S10) to eyepiece images.
April 2. 2001. The Moon is 8.89 days old, 66.65% illuminated.
North eastern part
Central eastern part
South eastern part

Digital camera fixed to eyepiece draw tube - still operated by finger.
April 4. 2001. The moon is 10.89 days old, 86.31% illuminated.
Full view
North eastern part
Central eastern part (with Copernicus)
Copernicus and surroundings, May 2. 2001
South eastern part
Full Moon, May 6th. 2001

Digital camera fixed to eyepiece draw tube - exposure operated by camera timer.
April 5. 2001. The moon is 11.91 days old, 93.49% illuminated.
Full view

Lunar eclipse March 3 - 2007
Moon taken with 80 mm ED Sky-Watcher and SXV H9

Lunar eclipse September 28 - 2015
Moon taken with 80 mm ED Sky-Watcher and SXV H9



PLANETARY IMAGES

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