The Moon on September 19, 2021


On this night of September 19 to 20, 2021 slightly after midnight, the Moon is 99.0% full. It will be 100% full 7 hours later. The Tycho crater steals the show with its vast system of rays starting from its center and located outside which extend for 1,500 km and which are made of material ejected at the time of impact.

Technical details:

Telescope: William Optics GT81 (focal length: 480mm)
Camera: ZWO ASI 174
Exposure: 60-second video capture of 10,600 frames. The best 50% were selected, stacked, and processed to produce the final image