martedì 22 maggio 2018

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Benvenuti al BLOG del progetto 3D-Luna

Welcome to 3D-Luna Project (3DLP) BLOG

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FIRST COMPARISON OF NORTH-SOUTH PICTURES

After some trials, we were finally able to catch a "two side" picture of a detail of the Moon (the Piccolomini Crater) on July 18th.
The view is quite above of the crater, not the best for a 3D research.We have to stay on the border.
By the way, the pictures from Neville Young (Southafrica) and Gianluigi Pazienza (Italy-Venice) are very beautiful, with amazing details. The casted shadow in the middle of the crater is from a 2Km height mountain!
Same detail of Piccolomini Crater from about 9000Km away observers on Earth
This is the picture of Atlas Crater with some measurements for resolution test.
View from the north on 20180717
Here some view of the same areas, but, unfortunately, on different time.
Pictures from Jacqueline Boshoff, Gianluigi Pazienza and Christian Privitera.




3DLP: Cycle #1 - 20180626

Targets

Cavalerius Crater
Plutarch Crater
Berosus Crater

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3DLP: Cycle #2 - 20180715

Targets DATABASE  ---> HERE

Measures

On the clear picture by Jacqueline Boshoff of Plato Crater, we did some resolution measures:
About 1Km details are resolved

VADEMECUM SHEET


last update 20180728 - Contribution of Jacqueline Boshoff
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Questo BLOG è creato per coordinare le attività dei partecipanti al 3D-Luna Project.

Per informazioni:
gianpif@gmail.com

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This BLOG was created to coordinate the participants to the 3D-Luna Project.

For info:
gianpif@gmail.com


Toolbox websites:
https://www.fourmilab.ch/cgi-bin/Earth?imgsize=320&opt=-l&lat=24.1&ns=North&lon=281&ew=West&alt=973&img=LRO_100m-m.evif&date=0

https://www.google.com/maps/space/moon/@27.2498008,68.5979508,1903446a,35y,34.52h/data=!3m1!1e3
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OBSERVER SITES LIST

Site Location LON LAT Telescope Dia (mm) Focal length (mm) ID
ZA E28:20 S25:47 250 2500 1002726
IT E12:11 N45:29 356 1650 1006097
IT E12:11 N45:29 250 1200 1006097
ZA E19:12 S34:24 279 1200 1001467
ZA E19:32 S34:39 300 3048 1008927
IT E12:09 N45:26 203 2032 1001615
IT E12:01 N45:30 400 1570 1001226
IT E12:01 N45:30 250 2500 1008605
ZA E31:02 S29:47 203 2032 1004354
ZA E22:23 S33:56 250 2500 1007216
IT E12:28 N45:49 300 1500 1001801
IT E12:04 N45:36 300 1830 1003703
ZA E22:01 S33:35 305 3048 1008748
ZA E28:10 S25:50 180 2700 1007350


DOCUMENTS
LINK Content
Document1 PDF User Sheet
Document2 ODF format (LibreOffice) User Sheet
Document3 Plutarch and Cavalerius crates - files

 

SHOTS SEQUENCE

On June 26th and 28th we took some test pictures of the Moon (weather not fine in the north hemisphere).


The sequence was as follows:

June 26th



June 28th

Cavalerius Crater - LRO
Plutarch Crater - LRO

CAVALERIUS CRATER SESSION (SOUTHERN SKY ONLY) 20180626-2100+UTC AND OTHER FEATURES

Picture by Leonardo Oosthuizen
Picture by Leonardo Oosthuizen
Picture by Neville Young
Picture by Neville Young: 2.5 arcmin wide!
Picture by Jacqueline Boshoff

Picture by Jacqueline Boshoff
Picture by Jacqueline Boshoff
Picture by Jacqueline Boshoff
Picture by Jacqueline Boshoff
Picture by Jacqueline Boshoff

Picture by Jacqueline Boshoff

Pictures from Cycle#2

Piccolomini Crater by Gianluigi Pazienza (IT)

Piccolomini Crater by Neville Young (ZA)

Another great contribution by Jacqueline Boshoff from Southafrica with a splendid view of Gassendi Crater. Super HIRES details