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.