Well known among the moon observers.
Crater Copernicus 14-2-2019
Mare Frigoris 14-2-2019
One of the biggest mare of the moon is mare Imbrium. Unfortunately, I have not been able to observe the whole mare. Anyway, a large part can be seen here.
Mare Imbrium 15-2-2019
On this observation you can see 3 craters diagonally.
From top to bottom Cassini crater (flooded with lava) with 2 craters in the crater bottom.
In the middle, Aristillus crater with several mountain peaks in the middle.
Below left crater Archimedes with small crater wells.
To the left of Aristillus crater see a number of Montes Spitzbergen mountains and to the left of Cassini crater see Mons Piton.
The mountain range on the right is Montes Caucasus
Mare Imbrium 14-2-2019
On 12 February I could only do one observation and that is the area around Mare Crisium.
Mare Crisium 12-2-2019
Another look at craters bottom.
This observation is made far from the terminator.
During the moon's observation, contrasts are increased during recording. This to give the dark and light lava part more contrast.
Crater Dionysius 18-3-2019
Crater Menelaus 18-3-2019
C14 and Basler Ace 1920