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Julius Caesar - 7.5.2022 at 22.45 - 7.5.2022 at 23.45 Harjavalta Observation number 106670

Visibility IV / V

Jari Kuula, Porin Karhunvartijat

The company draws Julius Caesar in the morning light. A year ago, I drew JC in an earlier light. This nectar crater is about 85 km in diameter. It no longer has its western and northern dominions, even those plowed by the Imbrium throwing 3.85 billion years ago. The infiltration basin is about 1100 km northwest. The southern bottom of the JC is 800 m higher than the north, again due to the Embrian dump. The dark, northern layer of lava has apparently risen from the crack of the bottom, as there does not appear to be a canal or fairway to the east, to Mare Tranquillitas. Seeing was great, with plenty of absolutely bright moments. 2. image of a handset rapper.


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  • Observation target
    • Moon surface feature
  • Name of the observation target
    • Julius Caesar
  • Seeing
    • Good
Technical information

Mak170, Hyperion 8mm, Amici

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