LOS OBSERVADORES LUNARES DE LA LIADA EN “THE LUNAR OBSERVER” DE MARZO 2021,por Alberto Anunziato (LIADA,SLA,ALPO)

Ya son 68 meses seguidos de observaciones reportadas y aprobadas por ALPO y publicadas en su revista especializada de temática lunar: “The Lunar Observer”.

La revista se puede descargar de la web de ALPO:  http://www.alpo-astronomy.org/gallery3/var/albums/Lunar/The-Lunar-Observer/2021/tlo202103.pdf?m=1614549831

En la portada se referencian los dos artículos de miembros de la SLA aparecidos en este número (ya publicados en entradas anteriores):

March 2021

In This Issue Announcements 2 Lunar Calendar February 2021 3 An Invitation to Join ALPO 3 Observations Received 4 By the Numbers 6 Submission Through the ALPO Image Achieve 7 When Submitting Observations to the ALPO Lunar Section 8 Call For Observations Focus-On 8 Focus-On Announcement 9 Three Domes, R. Hill 10 Dark Spots, Bands and the Bright Rays of Thales, A. Anunziato 11 Magnificent Gash, R. Hill 13 The Wrinkle Ridge that Ends in Herodotus A, A. Anunziato and S. Babino 14 A Sinus Condition, R. Hill 17 Focus On: The Lunar 100: Lunar Features 51-60, J. Hubbell 18 Focus On: The Lunar 100: Lunar Features 51-60, A. Anunziato 21 Crüger, R. Hays, Jr. 29 Reiner and Reiner Gamma, R. Hays, Jr. 50 Rheita Trench, R. Hill 55 Rheita Valley and that Bend, D. Teske 56 More Trenching, R. Hill 57 An Observation of Kies Pi, P. Parslow 70 Recent Topographic Studies 72 Lunar Geologic Change Detection Program, T. Cook 93 Key to Images in this Issue 101 Hoping that this finds all healthy and doing well. In this issue of The Lunar Observer, Rik Hill and Alberto Anunziato take us on some lunar expeditions through essays and images. As I put these articles together, I am amazed at how many interesting features of the Moon that there are to explore. Many of the terrains discussed have hidden treasures in plain sight! This issue also works deeper into the Focus On Lunar 100 by Jerry Hubbell. This time it is the lunar features 51-60 such as Baco, Kies pi, and the Hippalus Rilles. Alberto Anunziato adds some commentary on each of these features as he transitions into future Focus-On articles (see page 2). Lunar observers from around the globe contributed to the Focus On images and Recent Topographic Studies. Tony Cook explores Lunar Geologic Change with another thorough report. Many thanks to all who contributed. This is a nice time of year to get out and gaze at our nearest neighbor in space

En “Lunar topographical studies” se mencionan las siguientes observaciones (pág.5):

Observations Received Lunar Topographic Studies Coordinator – David Teske – david.teske@alpo-astronomy.org Assistant Coordinator– Alberto Anunziato albertoanunziato@yahoo.com.ar Assistant Coordinator – William Dembowski – dembowski@zone-vx.com Assistant Coordinator – Jerry Hubbell – jerry.hubbell@alpo-astronomy.org Assistant Coordinator-Wayne Bailey– wayne.bailey@alpo-astronomy.org Website: http://www.alpo-astronomy.org/ Name Location and Organization Image/Article Alberto Anunziato Paraná, Argentina Articles Focus-On The Lunar 100: Features 51-60, Dark Bands, Bands and the Bright Rays of Thales, The Wrinkle Ridge that Ends in Herodotus A (Visually and Photographically), image of Crüger, drawings of Lamont, Reiner Gamma and Kies Pi. Sergio Babino Montevideo, Uruguay Images of Catena Davy, Baco, Vallis Rheita. Juan Manuel Biagi Paraná, Argentina, SLA-LIADA Image of Reiner Gamma (2), SchillerZucchius Basin. Francisco Alsina Cardinalli Oro Verde, Argentina Images of Catena Davy, Crüger, Rima Hippalus, Schiller-Zucchius Basin. Michel Deconinck Artignosc-sur-Verdon, Provence, France Pastels of Catena Davy, Lamont, Baco, Hippalus Rills, Vallis Rheita (2) and Schiller Zucchius Basin. Walter Riccardo Elias Oro Verde, Argentina Images of Alphonsus, Curtis (2), Montes Apenninus, Pickering (4), Proclus (2), Waxing Gibbous Moon, Full Moon, Aristarchus (2) and Kepler (2) Howard Eskildsen Ocala, Florida, USA Image of Marius, the Airy Swirl, Mairan and Herodotus omega. Nick Evetts Kempston Rural, Kempston Bedfordshire Great Britain Image of the waxing crescent Moon. César Fornari Oro Verde, Argentina Images of Catena Davy and Mare Australe. Martín Queirolo Gomez SAO-LIADA Montevideo, Uruguay Image of the Schiller-Zucchius Basin. Marcelo Mojica Gundlach Cochabamba, Bolivia Images of Catena Davy, Hippalus Rilles and the Schiller-Zucchius Basin Robert H. Hays, Jr. Worth, Illinois, USA Articles and drawings Reiner and Reiner Gamma and Crüger. Rik Hill Loudon Observatory, Tucson, Arizona, USA Article and image More Trenching, Sinus Condition, Magnificent Gash and Three Domes. Jerry Hubbell Wilderness, Virginia, USA Article: Focus-On The Lunar100: Features 51-60. Daniel Marcus Plainfield, Vermont, USA Painting of Catena Davy and Rima Hippalus. Luigi Morrone Agerola, Italy Images of Sömmering, Rupes Recta, Moretus (2), Hadley, Gambart, Davy, Arzachel, Vallis Alpes, Gassendi, Sinus Iridum, Clavius, Anaxagoras and Vitello. Phil Parslow West Berkshire, UK Report and drawing of Kies Pi. Jesús Piñeiro San Antonio de los Altos, Venezuela Image of Theophilus. Guido Santacana San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA Images of Cassini, Hipparchus, Mons Piton, Rima Hyginus (2), Aristillus and Copernicus. Leandro Sid Oro Verde, Argentina Image of Aristarchus. Fernando Surà San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Argentina Mons Gruithuisen Delta and Gamma. Michael E. Sweetman Tucson, Arizona, USA Image of the Alpine Valley. David Teske Louisville, Mississippi, USA Article and image Rheita Valley and that Bend, images of Crüger, Reiner Gamma, Schiller Zucchius Basin, Kies. Fabio Verza SNdR Luna, Milan, Italy Images of Mare Humorum, Schiller, Hainzel and Montes Apenninus. Darryl Wilson Marshall, Virginia, USA Image of Clavius.

Los artículos de Alberto Anunziato ya han sido publicados en entradas anteriores.

La importantísima aportación a la Sección Bimensual “Focus On”, correspondiente a los accidentes lunares incluidos en los números 51 a 60 del listado “Lunar 100” se podrán disfrutar en el próximo número 16 de “El Mensajero de la Luna” próximamente.

Y se seleccionaron para ilustrar la sección imágenes de:

Fernando Surá:

Jesús Piñeiro:

En la Sección “Lunar Geological Change Detection Program” (páginas 60 y siguientes), se reportan nuestras observaciones:

Level 1 – All Reports received for January: Jay Albert (Lake Worth, FL, USA – ALPO) observed: Aristarchus, Censorinus, Daniell, Mons Piton, Plato, Ptolemaeus, Ross D, Timocharis, and Torricelli B. Alberto Anunziato (Argentina – SLA) observed: Aristarchus, Eratosthenes, and Plato. Massimo Alessandro Bianchi (Italy – UAI) imaged several features. Maurice Collins (New Zealand – ALPO/BAA/ RASNZ) imaged: several features. Rob Davies (Devil’s Bridge, UK – BAA/NAS) imaged: Bullialdus, Copernicus, Palus Epidemiarum, and Sinus Iridum. Anthony Cook (Newtown, UK – ALPO/BAA/NAS) videoed: several features. Daryl Dobbs (Risca, UK – BAA) observed: Alphonsus, Birt, and Proclus. Les Fry (West Wales, UK – NAS) imaged: Anaxagoras, Atlas, Bullialdus, Janssen, Lacus Timoris, Montes Carpatus, Montes Riphaeus, Palus Epidemiarum, Palus Somni, Plato, Promontorium Kelvin, Promontorium Laplace, Santbech, Sinus Iridum, and Vlacq. Rik Hill (Tucson, AZ, USA – ALPO/BAA) imaged: Archimedes, Aristarchus, Petavius, Sinus Asperitatis, Vallis Rheita and several features. Davide Pristritto (Italy – BAA) imaged: Eudoxus. Trevor Smith (Codnor, UK – BAA) observed: Alphonsus, Aristarchus, Bullialdus, Censorinus, Curtis, Eratosthenes, Herodotus, Hyginus N, Mons Piton, Plato, Proclus, Sinus Iridum, and Vallis Schroteri. Bob Stuart (Rhayader, UK – BAA/NAS) imaged: Atlas, Capella, Carmichael, Clavius, Macrobius, Maskelyne, Romer and several features. Franco Taccogna (Italy – UAI) imaged: Eudoxus. Aldo Tonon (Italy – UAI) imaged: Aristarchus and several features. Gary Varney (Pembroke Pines, FL, USA – ALPO) imaged Theophilus. Fabio Verza (Italy – UAI) imaged: Aristarchus.

Una observación de Plato por Alberto Anunziato permitió revisar un reporte de FLT de 1925.


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