|Date:||27.10.1995||Time:||19:10 UT||Exposure:||2 x 0.1s|
|Field of View:||24' x 35'||Receiver:||WWFPP, 20482 CCD||Filter:||V|
|Instrument:||1.23m||Observatory:||Calar Alto||Observer:||T. Credner, S. Kohle|
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Astronomical Institutes of the University of Bonn
This is the 'young' waxing moon, three days and 14 hours after new moon. The above image is a mosaic of two exposures, one for the northern and one for the southern part. As usual, you can see the lunar craters best at the day/night border. There, at the so called terminator, the highest contrast of light and shadow is given.