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The Apollo XI landing site on late Moon evening.

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Observer
Guy Heinen
Time of observation
22/07/2019 - 02:05
Object
Moon
Observing location
Linger, Luxembourg
Equipment
Celestron Edge 9.25 with IR-Passfilter
Vixen AXD2
Skyris 236 M
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Besides the Apollo XI landing site and the craters Armstrong-Collins-Aldrin, this 2 pictures-panorama shows at least 8 Arago-domes, 2 Menelaus-domes and several Manilius domes. Hyginus rille, Triesneker rilles and Ariadaeus rille are also conspicuous. The illumination with the night covering soon the landing site gives a very peculiar atmosphere.

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