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Rupes Recta

By aldasack1957
Just another moon shot using Sigma 150-600 C, 1.4 teleconverter, Pana Lumix G9 (Crop 2x) = Total focal length = 1680 mm

However. I found something special.

Rupes Recta is a linear fault on the Moon, in the southeastern part of the Mare Nubium. Since I am not an astronomer, never heard about it.

You find it near the left shadow border, lower third.

Tags: Moon Wildlife and nature Rupes Recta

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Comments


21 Feb 2021 8:52AM
Plenty of very good detail here, a fine moon shot.

Dave 🙂
21 Feb 2021 9:10AM
Superb moon shot.
Colin
21 Feb 2021 12:09PM
Well captured.
RLF Plus
11 18 4 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2021 2:07PM
Wow!
One of the sharpest shots Iíve ever seen of the moonWink
Brilliant
Rob

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