Clavius crater


Clavius is one of the older formations on the lunar surface which is why it is heavily worn and pock-marked by craterlets. It is one of the largest crater formations at 225 km in diameter. 

Technical details:

Telescope: Celestron Edge HD14 (focal length: 3,910 mm)
Camera: Flea3 from Point Grey Research
Exposure: video capture of 4,000 frames with the best 400 selected, stacked, and processed
Date: September 14, 2013
Place: Laval, Qc