A classic image of the moon : the craters Aristoteles (upper center) and Eudoxus (lower center). Across the lunar terminator is visible the Lacus Mortis with the crater Burg and the pattern of rimae on the bottom. Image taken by me and my friend Alessandro Cipolat.
- Exposure : one 0.04 sec. frame
- Telescope : Takahashi Mewlon 250 at F/12 (F.L. 3000mm.) on a Vixen New Atlux
- Guiding : none
- CCD camera : Starlight Xpress HX5-16
- Location : from Milan
- Date : October 18, 2000