From Gassendi To Schikard
Alphonsus as imaged on 14th May 2016 through the 6" Refractor using a Celestron Mono Burst camara. Alphonsus is a 71 mile diameter crater.
Archimedes as imaged on 14th May 2016 through the 6" Refractor using a Celestron Mono Burst camera. Archimedes is a 50 mile diameter crater.
Copernicus imaged on 20th December 2015 through the 6" Refractor. 3,000 images stacked and processed in Registax6.
Crater Tycho as imaged on 9th February 2014. As with the preceding image of Copernicus, some high level cloud was passing across the Moon at the time of capture. Tycho is of course famous for it's very bright rays that stretch across the Moon around the time of Full Moon. The crater itself is relatively young (108 million years) and is a shade over 86km in diameter.