The week of March 29 – April 4 takes us from Lunar Day 16 to Day 23. This week we will highlight a feature called The Great Eastern Chain, located in the SE quadrant of the Moon bordering Mare Fecunditatis.
The week of March 22-28 takes us from Lunar Day 9 to Day 15. This week we will highlight the moon crater Copernicus, located in the NW quadrant just below Mare Imbrium. Copernicus:1 [NW/J7; L=20°W] Magnificent Copernicus has been justifiably
The week of February 15-21 takes us from Lunar Day 4 to Day 10. This week we will highlight the Apollo 11 landing site. Apollo 11: [NE/J12; L=24°E] The best time to see the Apollo 11 landing site is around
The week of February 8-14 takes us from Lunar Day 27 to Day 3. New Moon is on Thursday, February 11, so for most of the week, the Moon is not visible. This week we will highlight the crater Petavius.
The week of January 25-31 takes us from Lunar Day 12 to 18. This week we will highlight the moon crater Schickard. Schickard: [SW/P4] When you look at Schickard, you should immediately notice something unusual – Schickard’s floor has stripes!
The week of January 4-10 takes us from Lunar Day 21 to 27. This week we will highlight Hadley Rille, viewable at midnight on Monday. Rima Hadley: [NE/G10] This feature formed as lava from a nearby volcanic vent flowed onto
The week of December 28 – January 3 takes us from Lunar Day 14 to 20. This week we will highlight the craters Proclus and Aristillus. Aristillus: [NE/F10] We were first introduced to Aristillus on Day 7 when its more
The week of December 14-20 takes us from New Moon to Day 6.5. This week we will highlight the crater Arago and its surrounding domes, viewable on Sunday night. Arago: [NE/J12] About 50 miles from the western shore of Tranquillity
The week of November 30 – December 6 takes us from Lunar Day 15 to Day 21. This week we will highlight the crater Piccolomini and the Altai Scarp, viewable on Friday evening, Day 19. Altai Scarp (Rupes Altai): [SE/M12]
The week of November 23-29 Takes us from Lunar Day 9 to Full Moon. This week we will highlight the crater Longomontanus, viewable on Tuesday evening, Day 10, and the Arecibo radio telescope. Longomontanus: [SW/P7; L=22°W] Take a look at