Got a quick peek in as the clouds started rolling in. This is with my new phone which has way too many cameras and gets very confused by having a telescope in front of it. I’ll have to experiment with other camera apps.
The animation above shows that conditions were not great… You can also see that the phone was not centered over the eyepiece, but with clouds coming in I didn’t have the time to try correcting it.
Below is an estimate of what I was looking at.
Montes Apenninus (the range along the south wall of Mare Imbrium) and the cluster of craters at the northern end of the terminator were particularly spectacular in this light.
I also enjoyed the trio of craters Aristillus, Archimedes, and Autolycus.