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Bailly - 15.1.2022 at 20.54 Kauhava Observation number 103946

Visibility IV / V

Jari Kankaanpää, Lakeuden Ursa

Dawn with Bailly on Saturday night.

Near the south pole of the moon is the western edge of one of the largest craters on the visible side. The 303-mile Bailly is an old but handsome revelation when the lighting is appropriate. In the picture, the sunlight has already reached the peaks of the western rampart while the bottom is still in the darkness of the night.

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    • Moon surface feature
  • Name of the observation target
    • Bailly
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