Object Type: Moon
Location: Tarragona – Spain
Schiller crater formation is still unknown, but one of the most plausible theory argue that due to an impact of a small asteroid or comet fragmented with a small impact angle.
While I was observing and drawing this beautiful crater, I imagined what it would have been to observe the crash and its immediate aftermath. Actually, the moon never disappoints.
For more details of my observation you can visit my blog:
Date and Time: 2014-08-06, 21h 58m UT
Telescope: SC Celestron 235mm (9.25″); CGEM mount.
Eyepiece: 7.5mm (313x)
White paper, HB2 graphite pencil, and scanned with Photoshop
Seeing: 4/5 (5 the best)
Transparency: Clear. Rural skies.
Thank you and best regards.
3 thoughts on “Schiller”
This is a fine capture of crater Schiller.
Very nice work on much detail to complete the excellent
Wow, very beautiful! Congratulations 🙂
Thank you Frank and Tincho, you are very kind 🙂