Promotorium Laplace (and its shadow)

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Promotorium Laplace (and its shadow)

Postby danielda » Tue Aug 16, 2016 3:20 am

The wonderful Sinus Iridium is framed by the Jura Mountains. There, we can find the crater Bianchini and the Promotorium Laplace (2600 meters high) whose triangular shadow can be seen clearly in the picture.
Sinus Iridium, and the surrounding mountains, are considered one of the most beautiful landscapes of the moon.
Buenos Aires, 13 de agosto 2016 - 19:35 horas - Mak 127/1500+barlow x5 - stack 92 de 200 fotogramas (SharpCap+pipp+registax6) - qhyccd5LIIm - resolución 0,103 arcseg/pixel

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