Best of the Craters by George Tarsoudis

Best of the Craters

George Tarsoudis

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Best of the Craters

This picture by George Tarsoudis is a close-up view of the Moon, focusing on crater Tycho. Although not one of the Moon's largest craters, its clearly defined features makes it easily distinguishable when viewing the Moon through a telescope.

Born digital photograph entitled 'Best of the Craters', taken by George Tarsoudis in Alexandroupolis, Evros, Greece.

Taken with a Sky-Watcher BK DOB 14-inch Collapsible 355mm f/4.5 telescope; Sky-Watcher AZ EQ6 mount; Unibrain Fire-1 785 camera (monochrome).

Runner-Up in Our Solar System category of Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014.

Object number: ZBA8010
Date: 2013

  • Image reference: GTA0002

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