The week of May 20-26 takes us from Lunar Day 17 to Day 22. This week we will highlight the craters Cleomedes and Proclus, viewable after midnight on Monday. Cleomedes: [NE/G15] Cleomedes is the first significant crater just north of
The week of September 24-30 takes us from Day 14 to Day 20. This week we will highlight the full moon. Full moon generally occurs around the end of Day 14, but this can vary by up to 12 hours,
The week of June 4 – 10 takes us from Day 20 to Day 26. This week we will highlight Mare Vaporum and the craters Aristillus & Autolycus, visible early Tuesday morning. Mare Vaporum: [NE/H10] Notice how there are finger-like
The week of January 15-21 takes us from Day 28 (virtually new moon) to Day 4. This week we will highlight the crater Messier, viewable on Saturday evening. Messier:1 [SE/K14; L=48°E] One of my favorite objects on the Moon is
The week of March 21-27 takes us from lunar Day 13 through Day 18. The week starts out with essentially a Full Moon in the sky. There will not be enough shadow contrast to see craters until Thursday, March 25th.