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Triesnecker Rille Complex

Started by klawson, 10/12/2019 12:29AM
Posted 10/12/2019 12:29AM | Edited 10/12/2019 12:32AM Opening Post
smile Cheap Thrills! Camera: Svbony sv105 (59 bucks). Scope: C14 at F/11. Image capture: 200 frames processed using Sharpcap, Registax 6, and Paint Shop Pro 2019, for software. Trying to generate some activity wink

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Restored Celestron C-14 with recirculating cooling
*GOTO upgrade in process* Completed!
Posted 10/27/2019 03:38PM | Edited 10/27/2019 03:39PM #1
nice picture Keith!  Just out of curiosity, what features comprise the "Rille complex"?  Is it the big valley on the bottom or the smaller threaded complex next to the big crater?
Posted 10/27/2019 07:59PM | Edited 10/27/2019 07:59PM #2
Thanks. Triesnecker is the large crater with radiating rilles. The "crack" below is the crater Hyginus and its rille.

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Restored Celestron C-14 with recirculating cooling
*GOTO upgrade in process* Completed!