The moon

This is my todays solution to attach a CCD-camera (Nikon Coolpix 900) on a telescoop. Look for the results to a reduced version of the moon. On the full sized version you can find the name of some craters (33 species), the size and the depth. You must have some patience to download all the images and walking trough the whole area. In the future I'll bring better images and informatisation of the documentation. Today it is a prototype, tomorrow you'll have more.

moonz (in test, you'll need Netscape 4.79) - craters

moon2r(38k) (at 2001.01.16-06:34 UT)
moon1r(84k) - moon1f(285k) (at 2001.01.28-18:58 UT)



Feel free to look at the results of others :

Tranquillity Base Observatory
Gunther Groenez
Hubert De Grootte
Antares, Lunar eclips 2001.01.09
Hans Kelgtermans
Daniel Verschatse

Usefull tools :
Volg ERS1, ERS2, Proba en Envisat
Lunar orbiter
Good old moon manager
Lunar and planetary CCD imaging
Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5
The Moon - Zoom astronomy
Compute the result of an impact of an asteroid
The Internet's Virtual Telescope
The Messier Catalog
Find your coordinates on earth.
The link between astronomy and cacti
Geostationary satelites. .. /geo.html
The International Occultation Timing Association
Our club observatoryCOLUMBA

You have a publication of images about the moon. You can submit your URL by the following form.
Your name
Your email
URL website
URL, pointing moon images
You believe in a common project publishing and documenting images on the internet ?
The first moment I have the time I'll put your URL in this page. Thanks for contribution.

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