Got another shot at the Moon last night. Good seeing conditions, but far from what I was expecting; the local conditions looked very good up until I’ve set up my telescope (low fog, no wind), but after 10 minutes at the eyepiece, the fog dissipated, and a soft breeze started. The seeing continued to be above average, but only rarely got a 6-7/10 value.
Equipment: 355mm F/4.5 homemade Newtonian, TeleVue 2x Powermate, Baader 2.25x Barlow, Baader Red filter, ASI 174MM camera.
First shot shows crater Langrenus under favorable illumination:
Second, a nice view of the mountains on the rim of Mare Crisium:
Craters Messala (the large one left of center) and Geminus (the “fresh” looking one near the center):
There are two nice lava patches observable in the above image, marked in the following crop: