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Thursday, 9 August 2012

In Posidonius crater on the Moon people began a civil war

Posidonius, is a flooded crater located on Mare Serenitatis, dating from Imbrian era. Inner ring is higher than the Moon's average surface height, in the east, and has a very uneven terrain. In this crater, exists hills that may be of volcanic origin. Note that there are more than five separate rilles on its floor. Probably, the impact that formed Posidonius, which occurred on the basin, was already affected.
  Posidonius A is located slightly west of the center on the floor of Posidonius and Chacornac is located south-east.

As an imaginative guy, I can not help wondering what would happen if the Moon were suddenly populated by people. I wonder, because now the world is not interested in Moon craters, the names, location, their size, but if suddenly they would start to travel to the Moon, people would begin to be curious about these things instantly. Why? To buy land, to do business (helium-3, or who knows what other resources they would find there). For example the subject of this article is the crater Posidonius. Is a what? It is a crater, a hole in the Moon, that people are not interested to know at least for example where it is . In future this ctater of 95 km, can turn into a city full of lights, which would be seen even from Earth when is New Moon.

The Moon, is even now in the second millennium not an important goal for the world's population, not just for science. We see it in the sky as people of the past saw it, with the same foreign feeling to us. Some of us do not even know is there anymore. Only if it were some rumors that there would be some aliens, people would be curious.

If you put the title of this article "Presidential election takes place in Crater Posidonius", or "In Posidonius crater on the Moon people began a civil war", you'll see what the difference is in the interest of people, curious how crazy is who wrote that article, unless I write "Posidonius crater on the Moon. Description and location." when people would not even bother to read the title to the end. And because I am very curious by nature, I will do it.

Photographer: Victor Lupu 
Optics: Celestron C8-inch reflector telescope-Newtonian, plossl 20mm, 2x Barlow 
Mount: CG5 (EQ5) 
Camera: Sony HDR CX105 to 8x optical zoom
Total Magnification: 800x
Filter: No
Date: 20/07/2011
Location: Baia Mare, Romania
Processing: video captures


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