Visibility III / V
The moon had already seen its busiest days in this round. When it started to clear as it got dark, it was time to take the last couple of pictures for #bongaa100 observations. The last clouds still wandered past the Moon.
After an hour of waiting, the Moon was already more comfortable in the sky. The right edge was appropriately jagged and the sequence of four craters was amusingly visible at the edge of the terminator (Langrenus, Vendelinus, Petavius, Furnerius). At the top right, the edge mountains of Mare Crisium were handsome. Otherwise, the landscape was still a bit flat in the direction of Mare Imbrium and Oceanus Procellarum, but yes it will improve as the week goes on and decent shadows start to emerge. But then we are already in the morning sky.