The crater Linnč (lower right) is a small crater (2.4 km.) surrounded by a white halo. It's interesting cause the extension and the brightness of this halo changes over the years. In the picture is showed also the northwest part of Apenninus mounts, the crater Autolycus and some interesting rimae (Fresnel, Hadley and Bradley). Image taken by me and my friend Alessandro Cipolat.
- Exposure : one 0.05 sec. frame
- Telescope : Takahashi Mewlon 250 at F/12 (F.L. 3000mm.) on a Losmandy G11
- Guiding : none
- CCD camera : Starlight Xpress HX5-16
- Location : from my house in Castano Primo (Mi)
- Date : March 13, 2000