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No I do not know which is which. Mark, HELP

Taken using Philips ToUcam 900NC on an Orion 8\" Newtonian on a Celestron ASGT mount

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Authored by: Mark Tillotson on Friday, December 05 2008 @ 01:36 am EST Coppermine Comment
Theophilus: bottom, large central peak, youngest of the 3. Cyrillus: right of Theophilus. Catharina: above-right from Cyrillus, oldest of the 3. 110 km, 98 km and 104 km diameter respectively. North is at the bottom, east is on the left. Mare Nectaris is
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