Jacobi Home

Move your mouse over the picture to see the names of the various features.

This area is to the east of Clavius in the rugged southern hemisphere.  Jacobi, in the centre of the image, is a battered formation, 70 Km in diameter, with fairly high and steep walls.  The floor is smooth but supports a string of small craters across it.  It is very old at more than 4,000 million years.
I found it quite difficult to identify all the craters in this picture. I hope I have them right but, if not, my address is on my front page so please tell me about it.
The picture was taken with a ToUcam attached to my ETX125 with a X2 lens attached on 4th September 2004, when the Moon was 19.9 days old.
Date and Time 4th September 2004 04:34 UT
Camera ToUcam 740K
Telescope ETX125 with X2 lens
Capture K3CCDTools. High gamma, 1/50", 20% gain, 312 frames
Processing Registax. 114 frames stacked. Wavelet 1,2 = 10
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