Theophilus & Cyrillus Lunar Craters

A small telescope or even 10×50 mm binoculars will reveal a beautiful cluster of large and interesting lunar craters -Theophilus, Cyrillus and Catharina. Theophilus is an exceptional formation 60 miles in diameter with steep walls extending 2.7 miles unto the crater’s floor. There is a spectacular mountain peak in the center of the crater. Cyrillius …

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Mars July 4, 2018 – Dust Storm

Mars – July 4, 2018. A planet-wide dust storm currently rages on the surface of the red planet obscuring precious detail. I captured this image just before dawn from my home in Bethel Park, PA. ASI 224 camera. Too much turbulence for a barlow lens.

Archimedes to Plato

Here is a very beautiful area captured during the last quarter moon  We can see the prominent crater Archimedes on the left with the mountains surrounding it, To the right the crater Plato is conspicuous, nestled within Montes Alpes.  Note the craterlets within Plato and the Alpine Valley nearby. Image by – Al Paslow.

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