This large lunar panorama is filled with intriguing features - I named it for one of the smallest, a small and shallow depression named "Ina" in the Appenine Mountain range. Can you find it? See a wonderful close-up of Ina and read more about #99 on Dr. Chuck Woods Lunar 100 list here.
My original presentation of this image is in a horizontal orientation with north to the right.
capture date Sept. 2, 2007 at 6:15 EDT, Image was create from 8 separate images and 1000 alignment positions. Captured with the Astro-Physics 10" mak/cassegrain at prime focus (f14.6) and the DMK41AF02 camera.
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