The week of April 12-18 takes us from Lunar Day 1 to Day 6. This week we will highlight the crater Dawes and the Altai Scarp, viewable on Saturday evening. Dawes1: [NE/H12] Positioned in the straits between Tranquillity and Serenity
The week of April 5-11 takes us from Lunar Day 24 to New Moon, so you’ll have to do early morning viewing. This week we will highlight Rimae Ramsden and the Milichius domes in the SW quadrant of the Field
The week of March 29 – April 4 takes us from Lunar Day 16 to Day 23. This week we will highlight a feature called The Great Eastern Chain, located in the SE quadrant of the Moon bordering Mare Fecunditatis.
The week of March 22-28 takes us from Lunar Day 9 to Day 15. This week we will highlight the moon crater Copernicus, located in the NW quadrant just below Mare Imbrium. Copernicus:1 [NW/J7; L=20°W] Magnificent Copernicus has been justifiably
The week of March 15-21 takes us from Lunar Day 2 to Day 8. This week we will highlight the Apennine Mountain range, located on the Field Map at [NW/G9] and viewable Sunday evening. Montes Apenninus: The Apennine Mountain Range
The week of March 8-14 takes us from Lunar Day 25 to Day 2. This week we will highlight Mons Rümker, a complex of domes in the northern part of Oceanus Procellarum early Tuesday morning. Mons Rümker: [NW/E4] Unfortunately this
The week of March 1-7 takes us from Lunar Day 18 to Day 24. This week we will highlight Rupes Cauchy, located on the eastern portion of the Sea of Tranquility. Rupes Cauchy [NE/J13]: One of the best-known faults on
The week of February 22-28 we will highlight Schröter’s Valley, visible Tuesday night. Schröter’s Valley/Cobra Head: [NW/G5-4] Schröter’s Valley is the Moon’s most impressive sinuous rille and was created when a monstrous lava tube collapsed. It begins at a volcano
The week of February 15-21 takes us from Lunar Day 4 to Day 10. This week we will highlight the Apollo 11 landing site. Apollo 11: [NE/J12; L=24°E] The best time to see the Apollo 11 landing site is around
The week of February 8-14 takes us from Lunar Day 27 to Day 3. New Moon is on Thursday, February 11, so for most of the week, the Moon is not visible. This week we will highlight the crater Petavius.