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Mare Crisium

Evening,
Mare Crisium with an interesting perspective of craters. Starting with Cleomedes you can trace a curving stepping stone path back to the mighty Gauss on the eastern Horizon.

Other seas in the picture are Mare Marginis and one of my favourites, the unnoticed Mare Anguis, the Sea of Snakes.

Approximately 2000 frames taken with Celestron CPC C9.25"and ZWO 178M processed via AS3! with final stack of 10%,then sharpened in Registax.

Hi res version on flickr.
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Great stuff Richard. Nice detail and natural processing. Well done!
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