Worked on a mosaic tonight, but I ran out of time. The moon sunk into a tree, so that ended the photography session for this evening. I only got 2 complete rows before I had to stop. I started with the north and worked down. I found an interesting feature while looking over the mosaic, so I brightened that tile and am posting it as well as the mosaic. It is the region near WC Bond on the northern limb. Seems there is a valley or rima or something like that. My maps dont name it, so I'll have to look it up online.
Here is the partial mosaic, which I think the quality is quite good:
Here is the section I was talking about. Fascinating terrain.....
I labelled W.C. Bond and if you look to the right of the crater, there appears to be a valley of some sort. Its not real long, I dont know if its a valley or if its a crater wall. Looks like some kinda valley to me. Maybe its a crater, from an object that struck at a very shallow angle.
Seeing wasnt too good when these were taken. The moon this time of year starts out rather low in the sky, and I didnt have time to do a whole lot before it sunk too low to work with. I also spent a bunch of time trying to get the polar alignment perfect, so I could track better. Transparency wasnt good, and I was unable to see Polaris well enough to align, so it was cut and try, trying to keep the image from moving up or down as I made adjustments to the mount.
Considering the conditions, I feel that what I did get was of pretty good quality.