The week of November 6-12 takes us from Day 24 to Day New Moon. This week we will highlight the moon crater Doppelmayer, viewable before sunrise on Tuesday and Wednesday and located in the SW quadrant of the Field Map
The week of May 22-28 takes us from Day 3 to Day 9. This week we will highlight the Sulpicius Gallus rilles on the moon, viewable on Friday evening. Sulpicius Gallus Rilles: [NE/G10-11; L=10°E] These rilles, located on the south-western
The week of February 20-26 takes us from Lunar Day 1 to Day 7. This week we will highlight Rima Ariadaeus, located in the NE quadrant of the Field Map and viewable on Sunday night. Ariadaeus: [NE/J11; L=17°E] The Ariadaeus
The week of October 2-8 takes us from Day 12 to Day 18, spanning the full moon. This week we will highlight Mons Rümker, visible on Monday night. (This was featured in the 5/22/17 Blog, but it could only be
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 January 30th – Feb. 5th takes us from Lunar Day 3 into Day 9. This week we will highlight the phenomenon of Earthshine and the planet Venus. One of the loveliest views of the Moon can be
The week of Jan. 2–8 takes us from Lunar Day 4 through Day 10, a period when you can see the Moon at its best! This week we will highlight the Apollo 11 landing site on Tuesday evening. Apollo 11: