Taken in daylight. Aristoteles is 87 km wide and Eudoxus is 67 km
Montes Apenninus are a rugged mountain range on the northern part of the Moon. They are named after the Apennine Mountains in Italy and were formed about 3.9 billion years ago.
The partial lunar eclipse through hazy atmosphere and a break in the clouds . Taken with a Sony A7r3 attached to a Sky Watcher 200PDS. Blend of exposures to extend dynamic range.