The week of March 28 – April 3rd takes us from Day 26 to Day 3. This week we will highlight the moon crater Humboldt. Humboldt1: [SE/M18] This moon crater is best viewed when there is a pronounced libration; tonight
The week of October 12-18 takes us from Lunar Day 25 to Day 2. For the first part of the week, you’ll have to be up pretty early to see the Moon. On Tuesday, it rises at 3:04 AM; on
The week of August 3-9 takes us from Lunar Day 15 (Full Moon) to Day 28. This week we will highlight a feature called The Great Eastern Chain, viewable on Wednesday, Day 17. The Great Eastern Chain: [SE/K-N16] There is
The week of October 14-20 takes us from Day 15 to 21. This week we will highlight a feature commonly referred to as The Great Eastern Chain, viewable on Monday evening. The Great Eastern Chain: [SE/K-N16] There is a conspicuous
The week of September 17-23 takes us from Day 8 through Day 13. This week we will highlight Catena Davy and Imbrium wrinkle ridges. Day 8 The Moon has now entered its gibbous phase and the terminator has become convex
The week of April 30 – May 6 takes us from Day 15 (essentially full moon) to Day 21. This week we will highlight a series of craters known as the Great Eastern Chain, viewable Tuesday night. The Great Eastern
I hope everybody had better luck with last Wednesday’s eclipse than I did in Boulder, Colorado. We had clouds in all the wrong places. The week of February 5 – February 11 takes us from Day 20 to Day 26.
The week of April 10 – 16 takes us from lunar Day 14, full moon, to Day 20. This week we will highlight the crater Humboldt on Tuesday evening (you might try Monday to see if there’s enough contrast), and