The Moon features some impressive mountain ranges, such as the Apennine
mountains (seen here in the bottom left of the image) and the Caucasus
mountains (centre) located North of Mare Serenitatis (bottom centre). To
the North of the Apennines, Mons Hadley towers 14,500ft high and is seen
casting its morning shadow across the Putredine marsh (bottom left). The
two craters on the terminator are Autolycus (24 mi) and the larger
Aristillus (33 mi). Craters Aristoteles (53 mi) and Eudoxus (41 mi) are in
the centre of the image.
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This is a first attempt at creating a Lunar mosaic.