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Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Stunningly clear skies...

The sharp frost and high winds just before midnight meant that the skies were unusually clear last night: even with my 300 prime lens, the detail on the waning Moon was just incredible. My favourite twin craters (Petavius and Palitzsch) are really well-defined: you can just about make out the rill that travels from the rim of Petavius to its central peak.

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