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EAAS Chairman shows pictures

Wednesday 11th December 2002

 

Attached is an image I took of the moon myself using an ETX COMBI-ADAPTOR ( combined camera and eyepiece holder), and a 20mm eyepeice. Exposure was in the order of a quarter second onto 200ASA film.

The two big craters at the top are (left) Hercules, and (right) Atlas, with Posidonius below them and to the left. The Palus Somnii is on the terminator near the bottom.

If you have have any photos or video of the sky at night that you would like shown on the EAAS website please get in touch using the e-mail below:

Club Chairman:

e-mail:    jmcconnell@eastantrimastronomicalsociety.com

 

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