Trio of equal-sized craters.

Origin: Impact   Diameter: 64 km, 71 km, 73 km   Rukl: 2    Type: CS

Objects: Bettinus, Kircher, Segner, Zucchius
Others Identified: Wilson

Location: Home
Date: 2019-03-18
Time: 8:22 PM AST
Equipment: 6" Sky-Watcher Dobsonian, 10 mm eyepiece
Magnification: x110 
Seeing: Very Good (2)
Transparency: Very Good (2)

RI: Seeing the chain of craters caught my eye. Zucchius, Bettinus and Kircher were easily found adjacent to Bailly.
R2: Segner looked to share a common rim or ridge with Zucchius, and that Wilson shared a common rim or ridge with Kircher. 

Note: I first saw these 3 craters two years earlier when they were on the lunar terminator. Refer to the RASC Explore the Moon (Telescope) - July 31, 2017 for details.

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