Waning Gibbous Moon 12 x 12 Print by Ken Cleveland using Kodak metallic paper with polystyrene backing. Frame and hanging materials not included.
This picture represents a beautiful Waning Gibbous Moon which is approximately 60% illuminated. There are a number of beautiful craters shown in this picture, the brightest of which are listed below.
• Copernicus – This crater is the largest crater with visible rays on the lower center of the picture. This crater is approximately 57 miles in diameter and a little over 2 miles deep.
• Tycho – This crater is the largest crater with visible rays on the right of the picture. This crater is approximately 53 miles in diameter and is almost 3 miles deep.
• Plato – This crater is the dark circular crater on the left of the picture on the edge of the dark plain. This crater is approximately 67 miles in diameter and is a little over a 1/2 mile deep.
Purchase this picture for the donation amount listed and own an amazing picture of the night sky taken by one of Aldrich’s astrophotographers Ken Cleveland and help advance Aldrich Astronomical Society with its outreach efforts.