The Moons Crisium basin

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© Mats Carnmarker
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UploadedSeptember 29, 2012
TakenAugust 17, 2011
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D200
Exposure1/100 sec at f/11
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length1000 mm
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Top right is a large crater formation called the Crisum basin and in it the Mare Crisium (Sea of Crisis).
The Crisium basin region harbors a number of interesting features, including geochemical and radar anomalies, light plains units and possible hidden mare deposits.

5 responses

  • Robert Larrazolo

    Robert Larrazolo gave props (29 Sep 2012):

    WOW! My vote.

  • Mats Carnmarker

    Mats Carnmarker said (29 Sep 2012):

    Thx Robert :)

  • rekha nag

    rekha nag gave props (29 Sep 2012):

    great shot!! poets in the past have written so many beautiful poems on looks so beautiful from far but when u come closer..u can c craters all around. My vote!

  • Jorrin Bruil

    Jorrin Bruil said (7 Oct 2012):

    I like to have such a lens one day.

  • Mats Carnmarker

    Mats Carnmarker said (8 Oct 2012):

    Jorrin, I can understand that :)
    I love my lens.
    It's all about priorities though. It took me 20 years to get to this lens and I've saved by living cheap, travelling abroad only each 5 to 10 years, never had a car, my TV is 20 years old, etc. :)

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