Picture of Aristarchus, Heroditus and Vallis Schroteri. Taken in Abergavenny last night in near infra red (>742 nM) using a 200 mm Maksutov. This is a composite of six pictures taken at high resolution. The settled seeing and using IR instead of visible light gave very stable images for stacking. Objects significantly less than 1 km across are resolved. Aristarchus, for scale is 40 km across. It is a young crater for the moon, possibly only 450 my old.