The week of May 6-12 takes us from lunar Day 2 to Day 8. This week we will highlight the charmingly named Lacus Mortis (the Lake of Death) and Bürg, two craters viewable on Thursday evening, and the crater Maurolycus,
The week of Jan. 7-13 takes us from Day 1 to Day 7. This week we will highlight the crater Janssen, viewable on Thursday evening. Janssen: [SE/P13; L=40°E] Janssen is located 85 miles southwest of the Rheita Valley [SE/N14] (which
The week of October 22-28 takes us from Day 13 to 19. This week we will highlight the craters Wargentin, Nasmyth & Phocylides, viewable on Monday evening. Wargentin: [SW/P4] This is one of the more unusual craters on the Moon.
The week of February 19-25 takes us from Day 4 to Day 10. This week we will highlight the craters Ariadaeus (viewable on Day 6, Wed. night) and Walther (viewable Thursday). Ariadaeus: [NE/J11] The Ariadaeus Rille (Rima Ariadaeus) is named
The week of December 4 – 10 takes us from Day 16 to the end of Day 23. This week we will highlight the craters Proclus, viewable on Tuesday evening, and Moltke, viewable after 11:00 PM Thursday night. Proclus: [NE/H14]
The week of February 13-19 takes us from Day 18 to Day 23; these are days following the full moon. This week we will highlight the crater Fracastorius, visible on Tuesday evening after 11:00 PM (the Moon rises around 9:30).
The week of May 16-22 takes us from lunar Day 10 through Day 16. Because the full Moon is on Saturday, May 21st, the Moon will be very bright for most of the week. This week we will highlight Sinus