Anyway, I wasn't going to finish this one as it was interrupted by 2 hours of cloud cover. It's unfinished, especially the trailing limb, the EZ, and parts of the NEB are not done. Two hours later, I could fill in some stuff, but...
It cleared up a bit later, but seeing was not as good with the GRS past the meridian. I kept looking at the sketch all morning and just wanted to share some of the features that were present.
Seeing was Ant I to II earlier. It seemed to stay about Ant II after the clouds passed, but the atmospheric dispersion was pretty bad. I think this just killed the most delicate features. Anyway, last one before Christmas.
The north was kind of bland compared to other longitudes, but the features were just so nice to leave languishing as pencil lead on bond paper. LRS-1 and ROZ are near the preceding limb. I still cannot make out any hue in ROZ, just a hint that is there. There is a cut in the NEB and a faint protrusion defining where it is. And the EZ is striking in that it's getting more difficult. No rifting was noted, just a brighter concentration noticed later in the NEB (and corrected on the sketch to the trailing limb just following the GRS.)