Ptolemaeus Crater And Its Surrounding Area
Taken by Szabolcs Nagy on June 21, 2018 @ London, UK
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The largest crater on the top is Ptolemaeus (154km), with on its right Albategnius (131km) and atop Alphonsus (111km). Also below Alphonsus Alpetragius (40km) and Arzachel (97km).
The waxing gibbous Moon is at 65,5% illumination.

Equipment
Skywatcher 254/1200 Flextube dobson
ASI224MC color camera
Baader IR Pass filter
TeleVue 2.5x powermate
Eq platform
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