I have been going to MSL site daily to check on new photos and activity from Mars.I remember when just one and two pieces of the station were souring above me every 90 minutes. I can’t believe that the latest Crew on the ISS is #32. I went looking on the ISS site for a shot of Hurricane Isaac made from the crew on Tuesday.
Tuesday night was filled with moonlight. I could see a few stars above and over my left shoulder. I found the bright crater Aristarchus along the Terminator on the gibbous Moon. I looked for the 2 mile deep and 26 mile wide crater Aristarchus with the big binoculars. Aristarchus is one of the brightest spots on the Moons surface. Hubble took a closer tour of this crater. To observe, I came down from the bay of rainbows, along the Terminator and it was there, very white…very bright…Tuesday night!