March 2021

The 24 mile diameter crater Aristarchus and the Vallis Schroteri.

The crater Schikard.  137 miles across visible in the south-western quadrant of the Moon.  Some of the small craterlets visible on the main crater floor are around 3 to 4 miles across.

February 2021

Mare Imbrium and Mare Frigoris taken on 22nd February 2021.

Copernicus taken on 22nd February 2021.

January 2021

Mars and Uranus taken on 23rd January 2021 (a couple of days after they appeared at their closest in the sky)

December 2020

The Open Star Cluster M38 in Auriga taken on 19th December 2020.

The Open Star Cluster M35 in Gemini taken on 19th December 2020

Jupiter and Saturn Conjunction - 19th December 2020

Jupiter and Saturn Conjunction - 19th December 2020

The Waxing Crescent Moon taken on 17th December 2020 at 16h 55m UT

Waxing Crescent Moon, Jupiter and Saturn taken on 17th December 2020 at 17h 00m UT

November 2020

October 2020

September 2020

July 2020

February 2020

Above:The craters Alphonsus and Arzachel as imaged on 2nd March 2020.  Alphonsus (centre) is the larger of the two at 74 miles diameter, with a depth of 1.5 miles.  Arzachel (lower centre) comes in with a diameter of 60 miles.  The prominent peak in Arzachel rises almost a mile above the floor of the crater, with it's shadow showing up well.  Towards the upper left is Ptoleomaeus.

January 2020

December 2019

Above:  A couple of views of the Moon and Venus conjunction taken on the evening of 29th December 2019.

Orion (top) and Taurus taken on 29th December 2019.  Both are stacks of 10 images of 20 second exposure each.

September 2019