I’ve been waiting out the weather by editing images that I captured on some of the better nights in the past year. I wanted to find my best example of the Apollo 11 landing site, and I happened to have a decent one from the morning of September 10, 2017. As an added bonus, the Apollo 16 landing site is also visible in the overview of the region, but unfortunately I did not have a higher resolution image of this region so I am focusing on Apollo 11 here.
The following image was taken with a C9.25 Edge HD and ASI224mc camera at F/10, 25% of 5000 frames stacked, and 6 panels used to create a mosaic. The boxed region depicts approximately the region shown in the next image that was captured with the same scope and camera but at F/22. The last image is a cropped and resized version of the landing site region, with a few notable landmarks labelled. The contrast has been enhanced and due to the resizing it may no longer look as aesthetically pleasing but I think it makes it easier to see the landmarks. Click to see full size.