The week of December 26 – January 1 takes us from Lunar Day 4 to Day 10. This week we will highlight the fault Rupes Cauchy located on the moon in the NE quadrant of the Field Map and viewable
Maurolycus – Largest and Most Conspicuous Moon Crater in Lunar Highlands
The week of December 12 – 18 takes us from Lunar Day 19 to Day 25. This week we will highlight the moon crater Maurolycus, located in the SE quadrant of the Field Map and viewable Tuesday evening around 11:00pm.
Moon Crater Gutenberg – Unusual Sequence of Moon Crater Development
The week of December 5 – 11 takes us from Lunar Day 13 to Day 19. This week we will highlight the moon crater Gutenberg, located in the SE quadrant of the Field Map. Gutenberg: [SE/K14; L=41°E] Gutenberg crater is
Moon Craters Aristoteles and Julius Caesar
The week of November 28 – December 4 takes us from Lunar Day 6 to Day 12. This week we will highlight the moon craters Aristoteles & Julius Caesar, found in the NE quadrant of the Field Map. Aristoteles: [NE/D11;
Hippalus Rilles on the Moon
The week of December 27 – January 2 takes us from Day 23 to New Moon. This week we will highlight the Hippalus Rilles located in the SW quadrant of the Field Map at M6 and viewable on Tuesday morning.
Moon Crater Proclus: One of the Brightest Spots on the Moon
The week of December 20-26 takes us from Day 17 to Day 21. This week we will highlight the crater Proclus located in the NE quadrant of the Field Map at H14, the Ursid meteor shower, and the Winter Solstice.
Sinus Iridum on the Moon: The Bay of Rainbows
The week of December 13-19 takes us from Day 10 to Day 16. This week we will highlight Sinus Iridum, located in the northwest sector of Mare Imbrium. Sinus Iridum: [NW/E6] Sinus Iridum (the Bay of Rainbows) formed after the
Moon Craters Proclus and Aristillus
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
Unusual Moon Crater Arago and its Surrounding Domes
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
Montes Recti and the Collapse of the Arecibo Radio Telescope
The week of December 7-13 takes us from Lunar Day 22 to Day 29. This week we will highlight Montes Recti, the Straight Range, viewable early Tuesday morning, and the collapse of the Arecibo radio telescope. The Straight Range is