LOS OBSERVADORES LUNARES DE LA LIADA EN “THE LUNAR OBSERVER” DE MARZO 2022 por Alberto Anunziato

Con este número de “The Lunar Observer” sumamos 80 meses consecutivos de reportes latinoamericanos en la revista que es la biblia de la observación lunar a nivel internacional.

La revista se puede descargar de la web de ALPO: 

http://www.alpo-astronomy.org/gallery3/var/albums/Lunar/The-Lunar-Observer/2022/tlo202203.pdf?m=1646098820

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

In This Issue Observations Received 2 By the Numbers 4 Pour l’amour du ciel, featuring M. Deconinck 5 Examination of HSV Colorspace Enhanced Imagery of Mare Imbrium, Aristarchus, Copernicus, Kepler, and Selected Lunar Domes, D. Wilson 6 Purbach Interior Details, R. H. Hays, Jr. 11 Examination of HSV Colorspace Enhanced Imagery of Mare Imbrium, Mare Frigoris, Sinus Iridum, and Plato, D. Wilson 12 Archimedes Environs, R. Hill 15 From Posidonius P to Luther in the Terminator, A. Anunziato 16 Hesiodus A, R. H. Hays, Jr. 19 Mare Nectaris from Mädler to Rosse, A. Anunziato 20 Focus-On: The Two Faces of Stevinus and Snellius, A. Anunziato 22 Recent Topographic Studies 55 Lunar Geologic Change Detection Program, T. Cook 69 Lunar Calendar March 2022 78 An Invitation to Join ALPO 78 Submission Through the ALPO Image Achieve 79 When Submitting Observations to the ALPO Lunar Section 80 Call For Observations Focus-On 80 Focus-On Announcement Mare Frigoris 81 Focus-On Announcement Wonders of the Full Moon 82 Key to Images in this Issue 83 Here is to that this finds you and your loved ones in good health. Thank you for reading this issue of The Lunar Observer. In this issue, you will find a link to a short video “Pour l’amour du ciel featuring art work by Michel Deconinck, a wonderful lunar sketcher whose work is featured in this issue. Darryl Wilson provides two articles on imaging the Moon in color, with interesting interpretations of the images. This series of articles should carry on for some time. Robert. H. Hays, Jr. provided a wonderful sketch and write up of the concentric crater Hesiodus A. Alberto Anunziato explored areas of the Moon with telescope sketch and lunar orbiters. The Focus-On article, a bimonthly series, features the Two Faces of Stevinus and Snellius by Alberto Anunziato. The drawings and images from across the world in support of this is remarkable! Tony Cook provided another insightful article in the Lunar Geologic Change Program. Thanks to all who contributed to this and every issue.

En las páginas 2 y 3 se referencias nuestras contribuciones al número de marzo. Los artículos ya han sido publicados en entradas anteriores. El extenso reporte sobre Stevinus y Snellius (Focus On) lo pueden encontrar en un número especial de “El Mensajero de la Luna” que pueden descargar aquí:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ONx1ifEyI4w0ULDrIEFBZqi1FNglZ-eg/view?usp=sharing

Name Location and Organization Image/Article Alberto Anunziato Paraná, Argentina Article and drawing From Posidonius P to Luther in the Terminator, Mare Nectaris from Mädler to Rosse, Focus-On article The Two Faces of Stevinus and Snellius, images and drawings of Stevinus and Snellius (7). Sergio Babino Montevideo, Uruguay Images of Stevinus and Snellius (2). Juan Manuel Biagi Paraná, Argentina Image of Stevinus and Snellius. Francisco Alsina Cardinalli Oro Verde, Argentina Image of Stevinus and Snellius. Jairo Chavez Popayán, Colombia Images of Stevinus and Snellius (9). Yanjun Chen Hefei, Anhui, China Images of Stevinus and Snellius (2). González Cian, Abel David Emiliano AEA, Paraná, Argentina Image of the Waxing Gibbous Moon Leonardo Alberto Colombo Córdoba, Argentina Images of Stevinus and Snellius (3). Michel Deconinck Aquarellia Observatory – Artignosc-surVerdon – Provence – France Pastel of Stevinus-Snellius, six day view of Stevinus and Snellius. Robert H. Hays, Jr. Worth, Illinois, USA Article and drawing Hesiodus A. Richard Hill Loudon Observatory, Tucson, Arizona, USA Article and image Archimedes Environs, Images of Stevinus and Snellius (5), Eduardo Horacek Mar del Plata, Argentina Images of Stevinus and Snellius (2). Rafael Lara Muñoz Guatemala, Guatemala, SLA Images of Stevinus and Snellius (2). Rafael Benavides Palencia Cordoba, Spain Images of Clavius, Theophilus, Deslandres, Sinus Iridum, Maginus, Stevinus and Vendelinus. Olivier Planchon OAB (Observatoire Astronomique de Bauduen) Bauduen Provence France Image of Stevinus and Snellius. Raúl Roberto Podestá Formosa, Argentina Images of Fracastorius, Langrenus, Mare Crisium, Stevinus and Snellius (2). Pedro Romano San Juan, Argentina Image of Stevinus and Snellius. Camilo Satler Oro Verde, Argentina Image of Stevinus and Snellius. Leandro Sid AEA, Oro Verde, Argentina Images of the Full Moon and Tycho (2). Fernando Surá San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Argentina Images of Ptolemaeus, Plato and Montes Apenninus. Michael E. Sweetman Sky Crest Observatory, Tucson, Arizona, USA Images of Janssen and Atlas. David Teske Louisville, Mississippi, USA Images of Stevinus and Snellius (5) Randy Trank Winnebago, Illinois, USA Image of Stevinus and Snellius. Román García Verdier Paraná, Argentina Images of Stevinus and Snellius (3 Fabio Verza SNdR, Milan, Italy Images of Stevinus and Snellius (3), Archimedes, Birt, Langrenus, Mare Humboldtianum and Ptolemaeus. Christian Viladrich France Images of Plinius, Mare Tranquillitatis, Menelaus, Rupes Recta and Posidonius. Wilson, Darryl Marshall, Virginia, USA Article and images Examination of HSV Colorspace Enhanced Imagery of Mare Imbrium, Aristarchus, Kepler, and selected Lunar Domes and Examination of HSV Colorspace Enhanced Imagery of Mare Imbrium, Mare Frigoris, Sinus Iridum, and Plato.

Y además de las imágenes ya publicadas en entradas anteriores, se eligieron las siguientes para ilustrar la Sección:

Raúl Roberto Podestá (Formosa, Argentina): Fracastorius, Mare Crisium, Stevinus, Langrenus.

Fernando Surá (San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Argentina): Ptolemaeus, Appeninus, Plato.

En la Sección “Lunar Geological Change Detection Program” (páginas 69 y siguientes), se reportan nuestras observaciones:

Routine Reports received for January included: Jay Albert (Lake Worth, FL, USA – ALPO) observed: Aristarchus, Daniel, Kepler, Piccolomini, Plato, Proclus and Theophilus. Alberto Anunziato (Argentina – SLA) observed: Gassendi, Messier A, Plato, Puiseux. Tycho and several features. Maurice Collins (New Zealand – ALPO/BAA/RASNZ) imaged: Lacus Mortis, Theophilus and several features. Anthony Cook (Newtown – ALPO/BAA) videoed earthshine and imaged several features. Walter Elias (Argentina – AEA) imaged: Albategnius, Alphonsus, Chacornac, Fracastorius, Halley, Hyginus N, Maskelyne, Menelaus, Montes Teneriffe, the lunar disk, Protagoras, Petavius, Plato, Theaetetus, and Tycho. Valerio Fontani (Italy – UAI) imaged: Censorinus, Copernicus, Herodotus and Vallis Schroteri. Les Fry (West Wales – NAS) imaged: Arzachel, Bullialdus, Clavius, Copernicus, Dorsum Bucher, earthshine, Eratosthenes, Fra Mauro, Gassendi, Hainzel, Kepler, Mare Crisium, Mare Humboldtianum, Mare Smythii, Miller, Montes Alpes, Montes Apenninus, Montes Recti, Pitatus, Rupes Recta, the southern limb of the Moon, the lunar south pole, Scheiner, Schiller, Sinus Iridum, Thales, Tycho and W Bond. Massimo Giuntoli (Italy) observed Cavendish E. Mark Radice (Near Salisbury, UK – BAA) imaged: Aristarchus, Gassendi, Jansen, Kepler, Mare Orientale, Marius, Messier, Neander, the southern lunar limb, the lunar south pole, Schiller and Taruntius. Trevor Smith (Codnor, UK – BAA) observed: Aristarchus, Atlas, Curtis, Daniell, earthshine, Moltke, Plato, Proclus, Torricelli B and several features. Bob Stuart (Rhayader, UK – BAA) imaged: Aristarchus, Aristotles, Atlas, Bohnenberger, Boussingault, Brenner, Capella, Clavius, Democritus, Fracastorius, Gassendi, Gutenberg, Hainzel, Herschel, Hommel, Isidorus, Jansen, Kepler, Macrobius, Magelhaens, Manzinus, Mare Frigoris, Mare Imbrium, Mutus, Neander, Nearch, Piccolomini, Possidonius, Prinz, Romer, Santbech, Schickard, Schiller, Sinus Iridum, Taruntius, and Vlacq. Franco Taccogna (Italy – UAI) imaged: Herodotus and Vallis Schroteri. Aldo Tonon (UAI) imaged: Bailly, Censorinus, Herodotus, Kies, and Vallis Schroteri. Gary Varney (Pembroke Pines, FL, USA – ALPO) imaged Aristarchus.

Una observación visual de Puiseux por Alberto Anunziato ayudó a analizar un reporte de FLT de 1979.Anuncios

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