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Escribano

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Beaver moon, waning gibbous 

I took this from the garden this evening.



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RE: Beaver moon, waning gibbous (in reply to Escribano

Amazing photo!
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RE: Beaver moon, waning gibbous (in reply to Escribano

amazing.. the stuff an Iphone can do these days :-)

With what did you shoot?
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davewphx

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RE: Beaver moon, waning gibbous (in reply to Escribano

Superb shot. I didn't realize the South Pole had that little spot, like where the vine broke off. Looks kind of like a honeydew melon. You must used a telescope?

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Piwin

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RE: Beaver moon, waning gibbous (in reply to davewphx

Nice picture Simon!

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like where the vine broke off.


It's where the fixture went before it broke:



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Escribano

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RE: Beaver moon, waning gibbous (in reply to Schieper

Sony RX100 and Nikon spotting scope

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RE: Beaver moon, waning gibbous (in reply to Escribano

Stunning, Simon, absolutely stunning!

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kitarist

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RE: Beaver moon, waning gibbous (in reply to davewphx

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I didn't realize the South Pole had that little spot


That's not the South Pole, though. The Lunar South Pole is on the FAR SIDE (oooooOOOOOooooo) and not visible from the Earth.

Unless.... Wait; Simon, exactly where is your "garden" that you shot this from???

[But seriously, this thing is the Tycho crater].

Amazing shot, truly. It is so hard to get a crisp Moon picture and in that level of detail.

The actual south pole is a really weird area. Here it is, at the 'northwest' edge of the Shackleton crater:



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