And the final lunar results for the beginning of October (actually the first acquired, but processed last).
This session the seeing conditions were rather variable, with values from 5/10 to 8/10, but mostly of the lower.
Same equipment as for the previous posts.
First image shows the Aristoteles/Eudoxus couple, under good illumination; notice the details on the floor of Aristoteles.
The second image shows a large area with the extremes focused on Posidonius (upper region) and Lacus Mortis (lower region) and a lot of rimae in between. This might not be my best high-resolution image, but the region itself has such a varied terrain that it must be one of the most interesting regions on the Moon:
And a “nice” view of this region, processed horizontally and with a Full HD resolution for whoever wants to make it a computer wallpaper:
Last image presents a terminator view of the well-known trio Theophilus, Cyrillus and Catharina, unfortunately under not too good seeing conditions (5-6/10):