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Noeleen Lowndes

~ Full Moon ~ Our beautiful Full Moon on the 25th November 2015 showing lunar libration in northern latitude (look to the lower left of the image to see how far the dark crater Plato is away from the lunar edge) we can see up to 59% of the lunar surface because of this phenomenon. Full Moon is the best time to see and photograph all the ejected material from craters Stevinus A, Tycho, Copernicus, Kepler and the extremely bright crater Aristarchus. Images taken with a 127mm refractor telescope and a Canon 700D camera at prime focus, 15 images were stacked in Registax6 and processed in Photoshop CS4.

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