Kepler is an isolated crater on the edge of the Oceanus Procellarum with evident rays due to the impact of a meteorite.
Aristarchus is a crater with a diameter of 40 km and is one of the brightest areas on the Moon.
Close to it there are the Herodotus crater from which the deep rhyme Vallis Schroteri starts and the ghost crater Prinz.
The Clavius crater is one of the biggest craters and it is located near the south pole in a heavily cratered region.
Water molecules have recently been discovered inside Clavius.
The Montes Apenninus are a long mountain range between Mare Imbrium (left) and Mare Serenitatis (right) and the its highest peak is about 5400 meters.
Below the Montes Apenninus end on the Eratosthens crater and the largest crater in the photo is Archimedes.
Very interesting is the Rima Hadley that it is a rille near the western (left) edge of the Montes Apenninus, near the landing site of Apollo15.
The mountain formation in the center of the photo are the Montes Carpatus that are several peaks separated by deep valleys.
The large crater just below is Copernicus while the crater near the right edge of the photo is Eratosthenes and between them you see the ghost crater Stadius, the rest of an ancient impact crater covered by lava.
In this photo the most evident formation is the Bullialdus crater with a diameter of 61 km located on the western edge of the Mare Nubium, while on the eastern side of the Mare Nubium near the lower right corner of the photo there is Rupes Recta, a fault with a length of 110 km and about 300 meters deep.
West of Bullialdus on the eastern side of the Mare Humorum you can see a series of parallel rilles called Rimae Hippalus 240 km long and 4 km wide.
On the night of December 26th 2020 I photographed the Moon 12 days after the new moon, then a crescent moon just some days before the full moon phase.
This photo is one of the first photos taken with the new telescope on October 9, 2020 at 22:21 UT.