The most prominent feature on the surface was a line of large craters formed by Grimaldi , Hevelius and Cavalerius. Although the Moon didn't climb higher than 30 degrees above the Southern horizon, magnifications up to 200x could easily be used. High cirrus clouds made the image a bit hazy (and I had to stop sketching after an hour because of thickening clouds) but the seeing was quite good.
- Polarex 75mm f/16 refractor
- Vixen 7mm Orthoscopic (171x)
- White pastel pencil on black paper
- Twello, The Netherlands, April 23, 20.00 UT - 21.15 UT
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