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Albategnius Catharina is a very battered crater with its walls pot-marked with smaller craters. The picture here was taken shortly before sunset on that part of the Moon, so the steep walls cast dark shadows and the full structure of the crater does not show up well.
The picture was taken with a ToUcam attached to my LX200 with a X2 adaptor lens on 16th September 2003 at 0326 UT, when the Moon was 19.7 days old.
Date and Time 16th September 2003 03:26 UT
Camera ToUcam 740K
Telescope LX200 with X2 lens
Capture K3CCDTools. High gamma, 1/25", 20% gain, 386 frames
Processing Registax. 199 frames stacked. Wavelet 1-2 = 5

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