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This is the north end of Mare Serenitatis. The craters above the ridge are Eudoxus and Aristoteles. Both of these craters have shattered rims with internal peaks. The one on the right with the crater-inside-the-crater is Posidonius.
A close shot of the lunar surface.
Out of dark comes the moon of a November.
Like tire treads pressed in mud, the clouds ripple across a stubborn moon that refuses to hide. It's rather full of itself.
The result of photographing the moon after severe thunderstorms washed away all the fog and created clear seeing conditions.
A crescent moon with details of the dark parts revealed.
A non-filtered look at the evening moon.
A sharp stack of multiple exposures using the Optolong l-eXtreme filter.
The moon with a few fluffy clouds.
A close-up of the Tycho crater that is prominent in the lower corner of the moon.
A close-up quarer slice of the edge of the moon.
A close-up of the moon in August.
A close up of prominent crater Plato.
A close up of the 'northeast, upper left' portion of the August 2022 supermoon. You can clearly see ridges of long mountain ranges and prominent craters including Plato, Cassini, Eratosthenes, and more.
A close up of the crater Eratosthenes (bottom left). It has a terraced rim and peaks inside the crater where the well drops to a depth of nearly 2 miles.
A close up of the large crater named Copernicus on the moon, with smaller but prominent Kepler to the side.
A detailed close-up of the bottom half of the August 2022 supermoon.
The last supermoon of 2022.
A supermoon occurs when the moon's orbit brings it closer to Earth, so it appears bigger and brighter. The July supermoon is expected to be the brightest of the year. It's called the Thunder moon because it heralds the season of thunderstorms in the North American summer. This is a mosaic taken from four zoomed shots.
A timelapse of the International Space Station (ISS) passing between Earth and the Moon.
A close up of the craters at the moon's polar region.
A closeup of the lunar edge.
This was our moon on July 4, 2022.
A capture of the moon during daylight in June 2022.
A detailed zoom shot of the edge of the moon during the day.
This is a high resolution, detailed image of the half moon.
The path traced by ISS in the sky.
The existing colors in this detailed moon pic had their saturation boosted to bring out the colorful contrast.
A capture of the moon just before sunset.
A highly detailed dawn view of the moon.
A full color view of Tycho.
A full color almost full moon.
A full color view of Copernicus.
A close-up of the edge of the moon.
A half moon imaged in color with the SvBony sv503 70ED.
A full moon obscured by clouds.
This image of the moon was stacked from multiple images taken while it was behind clouds. The detail of the moon popped out to make it appear to float above the clouds.
This image of the moon was stacked from multiple images taken while it was behind clouds. The layering of clouds give it an embossed appearance.
A half moon imaged in color with the Celestron EdgeHD.
An image of the moon taken during the day that showed up green.
A close up of the edge of the moon.
A prominent crater on a crescent moon.
A naturally unnaturally yellow moon.
A close up of the Sinus Iridum region.
A close up of the Mare Imbrium region.
A close up of the Mare Imbrium region at the edge of the shadow.
A close up of the multiple craters including Clavius.
A close up of the multiple craters past the edge of Mare Nubian.
A close up of the large crater named Copernicus on the moon.
A crescent moon in February 2022.
An image of the moon captured during the day, several hours before sunset.
A gibbous moon in January 2022.
Four unfiltered images of the moon: a blue taken by day, a yellow due to fog, and a red due to forest fire smoke in addition to the traditional gray.
A half moon in January 2022.
A gibbous moon in November.
A gibbous moon close-up.
A half moon in September.
Dust from fires turned the moon red.
A gibbous moon in July.
A full moon in April.
A half moon in April.