The week of July 29 – August 4 takes us from Day 27 to Day 4. This week we will highlight the crater Taruntius, viewable on Sunday evening. Taruntius: [NE/J14] Located on the north shore of Fertility, Taruntius is a
Moon Crater Schiller and the Lunar Dome Gruithuisen Gamma
The week of December 31 – January 6 takes us from the end of Day 24 to Day 1. This week we will highlight the crater Schiller and the lunar dome Gruithuisen Gamma, viewable around 4:00 AM on Tuesday morning.
Floor-Fractured Craters on the Moon and Secondary Craters
The week of December 24-30 takes us from Day 17 to 23. This week we will highlight the crater Taruntius, viewable on Monday evening. Taruntius: [NE/J14] Located on the north shore of Fertility, Taruntius is a wonderful example of a
A Sky Viewer’s Delight: Rilles, Craters and Comets
The week of December 17-23 takes us from the end of Day 9 through Day 16. This week we will highlight Mare Humorum, the Hippalus rilles, the craters Gassendi, Gassendi A (all viewable on Tuesday evening), and Comet 46/P Wirtanen.
Petavius: One of the Most Fascinating Floor-Fractured #Craters on the #Moon
The week of September 10-16 takes us from Day 1 to Day 7. This week we will highlight the crater Petavius, viewable on Wednesday night. Petavius: [SE/M16] This is one of the most fascinating craters on the Moon. It is
Two Unusual Moon Craters Near Apollo 11 Landing Site
The week of November 20-26 takes us from Day 2 through Day 7, 1st quarter Moon. This week we will highlight the craters Sabine & Ritter, viewable on Friday evening. Sabine & Ritter: [NE/J11] About 60 miles west of the
Two Moon Craters of any Consequence on Mare Serenitatis: Posidonius and le Monnier
The week of March 27-April 2 takes us from Lunar Day 29 to Day 6. The Moon will not be in a good position for viewing until Thurs. or Fri. This week we will highlight the craters Posidonius and le