The mountain range in the left of this image is the Montes Alpes or Alpine
Mountains with Vallis Alpes (the Alpine Valley) cutting a swath through the
middle of the range.
Crater Cassini is the crater with two smaller craters within. These
are Cassini A and Cassini B. The large crater with collapsed walls in
the lower middle is Aristotles. Up and right of that is Eudoxus.
The mountain range to the right of Cassini is the Montes Caucusus.
Telescope: Meade LX200 GPS 10" SCT, f/10
Camera: Meade LPI
Capture Software: Autostar Suite
Settings: Auto Lunar
Exposure Count: 24 frames
Method: Auto stack and align