Friday, July 01, 2005
Schickard and Wargentin
On the evening of 22 April 2005 I shot an image of a few interesting features on the south-western limb of the Moon. There where however two that caught my immediate attention, Schickard and Wargentin.


Where to find Schickard and Wargentin

Schickard is a large old crater with a diameter of 227kilometres. When observing Schickard through a telescope, you will immediately notice the absence of central peaks or peak rings. You will also see
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