Jim Loudon Observatory
Lunar Observations




The crater Plato in 1996. Note that this clearly shows the hook shadow on the bottom of the crater!
Taken with a C5 and a Sharp video camera on a separate tripod.


The three A's, Arzachel, Alphonsus & Alpetragius in 1996.
Taken with a C5 and a Sharp video camera on a separate tripod.


Huygens Crater Cleft - May 28, 1999
Taken with a C11, GBC-505e Video camera, barlow projection and a Wratten 25a + IR blocking filters.


The Alpine Valley - May 28, 1999
Taken with a C11, GBC-505e Video camera, barlow projection and a Wratten 25a + IR blocking filters.


Cassini - May 28, 1999
Taken with a C11, GBC-505e Video cam era, barlow projection and a Wratten 25a + IR blocking filters.


Gassendi - May 28, 1999
Taken with a C11, GBC-505e Video cam era, barlow projection and a Wratten 25a + IR blocking filters.


The area around the lunar crater Agrippa on Oct. 01, 1998.
Taken with a C11, GBC-505e Video camera, barlow projection and a Wratten 25a + IR blocking filters.


Same as above with Triesnecker in the upper left corner.


Copernicus on Oct. 01, 1998.
Taken with a C11, GBC-505e Video camera, barlow projection and a Wratten 25a + IR blocking filters.


Ptolemaeus on Oct. 01, 1998.
Taken with a C11, GBC-505e Video camera, barlow projection and a Wratten 25a + IR blocking filters.



The three A's, Arzachel, Alphonsus & Alpetragius on Oct. 01, 1998.
Taken with a C11, GBC-505e Video camera, barlow projection and a Wratten 25a + IR blocking filters.


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