On two nights with more better seeing and sunlight angle or libration , I could see these views.
See below 2nd sketch over on the lunar horizon as the border with a line of the imaginary inner rim wall of this 130km diameter crater a bluish 10 mignitude permanent star was being moved on from over the Pythagoras to the Anaxagoras (Pilalous) in 4 minutes, …. that I think means moon and earth twin bodies each was(are) rotating and revolving.
It was thrilling to gaze and feel this massive giant old rocky ball goes ahead swinging or pitching his body in space.
8″ f12 refractor, x340
Location ; Backyard home in South. Korea
White paper [40 x30 cm] , graphite pencils , black ink
3 thoughts on “Structural detail of the Pythagoras central peak”
K.S.Min this is masterful use of shading to achieve the effect, superb. 🙂
That’s a masterpiece.
You have really captured the central peaks of Pythagoras in fine detail.