LOS OBSERVADORES LUNARES DE LA LIADA EN “THE LUNAR OBSERVER” DE MAYO 2021

Nos llena de orgullo que, tras 70 meses seguidos de observaciones reportadas y aprobadas por ALPO y publicadas en su revista especializada de temática lunar: “The Lunar Observer”, América del Sur se ha ganado un lugar de privilegio en la observación lunar.

La revista se puede descargar de la web de ALPO:  http://www.alpo-astronomy.org/gallery3/var/albums/Lunar/The-Lunar-Observer/2021/tlo202105.pdf?m=1619829857

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

May 2021 In This Issue Observations Received 2 By the Numbers 4 Stöfler and Maurolycus Region, H. Eskildsen 5 North-ish, R. Hill 6 Medii to Delaunay and a Concentric Crater, H. Eskildsen 7 The Greatest Crater? R. Hill 8 The Glorious Rupes Cauchy, A. Anunziato 9 The Western Chain on the Eastern Moon, H. Eskildsen 10 A Scarp by any Other Name, R. Hill 11 Mädlers Bright Streak, Ray or Elevation? A. Anunziato 12 Caucasus to Mare Vaporum, Close-Up Images of Aristillus, Autolycus and Putredinis Domes, H. Eskildsen 15 Images of Crater Schickard, J. D. Sabia 17 Another Trio, R. Hill 18 Mare Vaporum to Sinus Medii and Associated Domes, H. Eskildsen 19 Focus-On: The Lunar 100 Features 61-70, J. Hubbell 21 Lunar 61-70, A. Anunziato 24 Mösting A, R. H. Hays, Jr. 26 Hortensius and Domes, R. H. Hays, Jr. 53 Mare Humboldtianum, the Other Multi-Ring Lunar Basin, D. Teske 75 Recent Lunar Topographic Studies 81 Lunar Geologic Change Detection Program, T. Cook 100 ALPO 2021 Conference News 108 Lunar Calendar May 2021 110 An Invitation to Join ALPO 110 Submission Through the ALPO Image Achieve 111 When Submitting Observations to the ALPO Lunar Section 112 Call For Observations Focus-On 112 Focus-On Announcement 113 Key to Images in this Issue 114 The May issue of The Lunar Observer features a number of interesting articles by Howard Eskildsen, Robert H. Hays, Jr., Rik Hill, Alberto Anunziato, John D. Sabia and David Teske. Jerry Hubbell and Alberto Anunziato tackle the Lunar 100 numbers 61-70 with a number of great images, drawings, paints and articles. Observers from 10 countries contributed to this issue of The Lunar Observer! Tony Cook keeps us abreast on Lunar Geologic Change, as always with interesting reports. Take a look at just what is in one lunar image. Howard Eskildsen finds a “new” concentric crater (page 7). Who knows what you will find! Clear and steady skies.

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

Alberto Anunziato Paraná, Argentina Article and drawing The Glorious Rupes Cauchy, Mädler’s Bright Streak: Ray or Elevation, Lunar 61- 70, drawings of Rümker, Sergio Babino Montevideo, Uruguay, SAOLIADA Image of Mädler, Descartes, Hortensius Domes, Copernicus and Mare Humboldtianum. Juan Manuel Biagi Oro Verde, Argentina, SLA Images of Mons Rümker, Francisco Alsina Cardinalli Oro Verde, Argentina, SLA Images of Mädler (2), Mösting A (2), Boscovich (2), Julius Caesar (2), Theophilus, Flamsteed P, Copernicus (3) and Mare Humboldtianum. Jairo Chavez Popayán, Colombia, SLA Image of Descartes, Flamsteed P, Leonardo Alberto Colombo Molinari, Argentina Images of the waxing gibbous Moon (2). Michel Deconinck Siguret lake – French Alps – France Pastels of Rümker, Flamsteed and Mare Humboldtianum. Walter Ricardo Elias AEA, Oro Verde, Argentina Image of Aristarchus (3), Lichtenberg, Mare Humboldtianum, Plato, Riccioli, Copernicus (2), Janssen, Messier and Proclus. Howard Eskildsen Ocala, Florida, USA Articles and images Caucasus to Mare Vaporum: Close Up Images of Aristillus, Autolycus and Putredinis Domes, Stöfler and Maurolycus and Region, Mare Vaporum to Sinus Medii and Some Associated Domes, Medii to Delaunay and a Concentric Crater and The Western Chain on an Eastern Moon Desiré Godoy Oro Verde, Argentina SLA Images of Mösting A (3), Julius Caesar, Hadley Rille, Victoria Gomez AEA, Oro Verde, Argentina Image of Mare Humboldtianum. Facundo Gramer AEA, Oro Verde, Argentina Image of Gassendi. Marina Grandolio Oro Verde, Argentina Image of Aristarchus, Atlas and Tycho. Marcelo Mojica Gundlach Cochabamba, Bolivia, SLA Images of Mösting A, Julius Caesar, Copernicus (3) Robert H. Hays, Jr. Worth, Illinois, USA Articles and drawings Mösting A and Hortensius Domes. Guy Heinen Linger, Luxembourg Images of Hortensius Domess. Rik Hill Loudon Observatory, Tucson, Arizona, USA Article and image The Greatest Crater?, A Scarp by Any Other Name, North-ish, Another Trio, images of Copernicus (8), Hortensius domes, Kepler, Apollo 15 landing site(2), Hadley Rille (2), Mare Humboldtianum, Endymion, Ariadaeus (2), Hyginus, Triesnecker (2), Mare Vaporum (2), Reinhold to Parry, Apollo 14 base (2), Fra Mauro, Eratosthenes, Copernicus to Eratosthenes, Stadius, Alphonsus, Rümker (4), Apollo 16 site (4) and Flamsteed. Felix León Santo Domingo, República Dominicana Images of Gassendi, Schickard, Schiller, Waxing Gibbous Moon, Vieta, Reiner Gamma, Aristarchus, Eddington, Crüger, Bailly, Mons Rümker, Descartes, Copernicus, Daniel Marcus Plainfield, Vermont, USA Paintings of Schiaparelli and Jesús Piñeiro San Antonio de los Altos, Venezuela, SLA Image of Copernicus Pedro Romano San Juan, Argentina Images of Archimedes and Plato. John D. Sabia Keystone College Thomas G Cupillari Observatory, Fleetville, Pennsylvania, USA Images and article Images of the Crater Schickard Camilo Satler Oro Verde, Argentina, SLA Image of Descartes, Leandro Sid AEA, Oro Verde, Argentina Images of Waxing Gibbous Moon and Eratosthenes. David Teske Louisville, Mississippi, USA Article and images Mare Humboldtianum, the Other Multi-Ring Lunar Basin, image of Theophilus and Mösting A. Román García Verdier Paraná, Argentina, SLA Images of Mösting A, Fabio Verza SNdR, UAI, Milan, Italy Images of Bailly, Moretus, Plato, Messier, Montes Alpes, Schickard, Tycho, Mare Humboldtianum, Cleomedes, Petavius Ignacio Villarraza San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Argentina, SLA Image of Mare Humboldtianum.https://c0.pubmine.com/sf/0.0.3/html/safeframe.htmlREPORT THIS AD

La importantísima aportación a la Sección Bimensual “Focus On”, correspondiente a los accidentes lunares incluidos en los números 61 a 70 del listado “Lunar 100” se podrán disfrutar en el próximo número 18 de “El Mensajero de la Luna” próximamente.

Y, además de todas las imágenes incluidas en el Lunar 100, se seleccionaron para ilustrar la sección imágenes de:

Félix León:

Leonardo Colombo:

Pedro Humberto Romano:


Artículo de Alberto Anunziato-Foto de portada y publicado por S.Babino

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