Godin and Agrippa

0.002 seconds exposure, SBIG ST-8E CCD.
18" f/10.5 Ritchey-Chrétien telescope at prime focus.

Situated close to the centre of the Earth facing lunar hemisphere are 2 moderate sized craters, Godin and Agrippa. In the image above, they are situated a little to the lower right of the centre. Agrippa is the larger of the two and is the northern (lower) one. Both have rather flat floors and become very prominent as bright rings around the time of full moon.