A difficult image. After starting the exposure, the moon drifted about half the width of the frame before settling into position. The avi wouldn’t stay open in registax; it would crash the program. I used virtual dub to convert to grayscale, then ran three alignment points near the top, then stacked to enlarge image. This is roughly northeast-southwest. Theophilus, the prominent crater with the split central mountains is near the bottom. Above it, the crater with a line thru it is Capella. To the right is the Sea of Tranquility.
Reprocessed avi three years later with Registax 5. One alignment point. The mult-alignment wouldn’t work, as the image drifts too much. (All the yellow markers quickly turn red; I didn’t wait for the finish.)