Lunar view, need help ID'ing craters
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Posted 26 February 2013 - 12:02 AM
I'm guessing the views you're getting, are very similar to those the astronauts had from their windows, while in lunar orbit!! NICE!
That was actually my first impression. Really clean cut sculptural definition well done. What's testament here to the fact that its a fine image is there are greys not blacks defining a lot of the topography. These greyer high angle lit areas can be really tough - but it works here.
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I saw this crater in the picture at the opening of this topic and that tipped me off that one of the un-id'd craters in the original photo was Atlas.
Posted 12 March 2013 - 07:30 AM
Let's name it Laskowski!
Probably not recognized by he IAU, but it's at least as 'official' as the "Name a Star" certificates.