One of my better lunar shots and one of my
favorite lunar features.
To the north (up) is Mare Frigoris.
To the south is Mare Imbrium. Mons Piton is the mountain lower right
that is casting the very long shadow. Due south of Plato is Mons Pico.
The mountain range to the right of Plato is the western edge of the Montes
This crater (technically a walled plain) is visible in
moderately powerful binoculars.
Telescope: Meade LX200 GPS 10" SCT, f/10
Camera: Meade LPI
Capture Software: Autostar Suite
Settings: Auto Lunar
Exposure Count: 25 frames
Method: Auto stack and align