were taken October 10, 2003 with The Univ. of Chicago Yerkes
Observatory Internet Remote
Rooftop 10 inch telescope and an SBIG ST9e CCD. Students from Badger
H.S. in Lake Geneva, WI took several images to start the sequence. The students
also observed the moon with their own eyes before using the imaging telescope.
Print these images, cut them out, and then mosaic them, overlapping as needed,
to see the whole picture of the moon. Using the
HOU-IP software you can open up the
original .fts images.
Funded by NSF through
Hands-On Universe (HOU) and NASA through NASA IDEAS and the Geneva Lakes
Environmental Education Association. Comments,
suggestions, questions? Contact Vivian Hoette