With a very thin atmosphere , the Moon is collecting meteorites more than Earth, because of the large impact craters on it , making it to be a very good site digging for space debris containing valuable information about the past of our Solar System .
In the video shown below , we see craters on the Moon's south as Tycho (85 km) , Wilhelm (107 km), Hainzel (70 km), Capuanus ( 60 km ), and Lacus Timoris continuing onto south of Mare Humorum where are craters as Lee (41 km), Vitello (42 km ) or Doppelmayer (64 km), crater with a semicircular shape and a central peak in the middle, seen in the and of the video.
Tycho, is a lunar crater on the south , on which may be given full attention in times of Full Moon . At this stage it can be observed through binoculars , and also with the naked eye even if it is not large . With the naked eye we can not see the crater , but its light rays that spread on a large part of the southern hemisphere of the Moon , and in this way you can realize where it is , ie where the luminous intensity is the most intense , where all the rays unites.
When shooting this impressive crater , albedo which fills it and that on the outside, is alive and dominate the images.
Age of the Moon: 11 days
Distance: 386 658
Phase: 85% (0% = New, 100% = Full)
Optical Telescope CelestronC8 "-Newtonian plossl20mm, 2x Barlow
Mount: CG5 (EQ5)
Device: Sony CX-130
Video Mode: Full HD 1920x1080 progressive
Location: Baia Mare, Romania
Processing and editing: Sony Vegas 10