Taken on July 12 at just after 11PM PDT using a Celestron 9.25" EdgeHD (f/10) and a ZWO ASI178MM camera [with a Baader 610nm Longpass filter].
Capture done with Sharp Cap Pro, image processing with AutoStakkert! (best 20% of 6000 images), Registax, WinJUPOS, and Photoshop CC2019.
Since the crater Clavius is near to the southern pole of the moon it is usually seen foreshortened by our viewing position here on earth. Thus, in this image I have used WinJUPOS to create a polar projection of Clavius and its surrounding craters. Note in particular how the craters toward the bottom of the image (further south) appear nearly circular as if you were viewing them from directly overhead (which would only be possible when in a north/south orbit around the moon).
Edited by james7ca, 15 July 2019 - 11:55 PM.