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Telescopic moon map.

The Moon shows fantastic detail in even the smallest telescope. And light pollution doesn't affect it one bit. In city or country, the Moon will be an intimate part of your astronomy life. Use this map--and the article on the next two pages--to explore our closest neighbor world.

Lunar Features

Crater Names

1 Anaximander

2 Anaximenes

3 Philolaus

4 Epigenes

5 Goldschmidt

6 W. Bond

7 Barrow

8 Meton

9 Pythagoras

10 South

11 J. Herschel

12 Fontenelle

13 Archytas

14 C. Mayer

15 Gartner

16 Strabo

17 Harpalus

18 Bianchini

19 Plato

20 Alpine Valley

21 Aristoteles

22 Endymion

23 Teneriffe Mountains

24 Mt. Pico

25 Eudoxus

26 Burg

27 Hercules

28 Atlas

29 Mercurius

30 von Braun

31 Mairan

32 Helicon

33 Le Verrier

34 Mt. Piton

35 Cassini

36 Grove

37 Cepheus

38 Franklin

39 Messala

40 Delisle

41 Diophantus

42 Archimedes

43 Aristillus

44 Autolycus

45 Linne

46 Posidonius

47 Daniell

48 Chacornac

49 Taurus Mountains

50 Cleomedes

51 Burckhardt

52 Geminus

53 Berosus

54 Hahn

55 Russell

56 Schroter's Valley

57 Aristarchus

58 Euler

59 Lambert

60 Timocharis

61 Le Monnier

62 Romer

63 Struve

64 Eddington

65 Seleucus

66 Pytheas

67 Bessel

68 Vitruvius

69 Macrobius

70 Krafft

71 Cardanus

72 Eratosthenes

73 Manilius

74 Men elaus

75 Plinius

76 Dawes

77 Proclus

78 Picard

79 Reiner Gamma

80 Marius

81 Kepler

82 Copernicus

83 Ukert

84 Julius Caesar

85 Ross

86 Condorcet

87 Cavalerius

88 Reiner

89 Encke

90 Hortensius

91 Reinhold

92 Pallas

93 Murchison

94 Triesnecker

95 Rima Hyginus

96 Agrippa

97 Arago

98 Lamont

99 Taruntius

100 Apollonius

101 Firmicus

102 Hevelius

103 Lansberg

104 Gambart

105 Mosting

106 Reaumur

107 Rhaeticus

108 Godin

109 Delambre

110 Maskelyne

111 Messier

112 Riccioli

113 Grimaldi

114 Flamsteed

115 Fra Mauro

116 Lalande

117 Flammarion

118 Herschel

119 Hipparchus

120 Horrocks

121 Taylor

122 Torricelli

123 Sirsalis

124 Hansteen

125 Letronne

126 Bonpland

127 Parry

128 Guericke

129 Davy

130 Ptolemaeus

131 Albategnius

132 Halley

133 Descar tes

134 Theophilus

135 Madler

136 Isidorus

137 Capella

138 Gutenberg

139 Goclenius

140 Langrenus

141 La Perouse

142 Cruger

143 Billy

144 Lassell

145 Alpetragius

146 Alphonsus

147 Abulfeda

148 Almanon

149 Tacitus

150 Cyrillus

151 Colombo

152 Vendelinus

153 Lame

154 Darwin

155 Mersenius

156 Gassendi

157 Lubiniezky

158 Bullialdus

159 Nicollet

160 Straight Wall

161 Thebit

162 Arzachel

163 Abenezra

164 Azophi

165 Geber

166 Catharina

167 Beaumont

168 Fracastorius

169 Santbech

170 Cook

171 Holden

172 Byrgius

173 Cavendish

174 Liebig

175 Hippalus

176 Konig

177 Purbach

178 La Caille

179 Apianus

180 Playfair

181 Sacrobosco

182 Wrottesley

183 Petavius

184 Vieta

185 Fourier

186 Doppelmayer

187 Vitello

188 Campanus

189 Mercator

190 Pitatus

191 Hell

192 Regiomontanus

193 Werner

194 Aliacensis

195 Pontanus

196 Zagut

197 Lindenau

198 Piccolomini

199 Neander

200 Reichenbach

201 Stevinus

202 Snellius

203 Hase

204 Adams

205 Ramsden

206 Capuanus

207 Gauricus

208 Deslandres

209 Lexell

210 Walter

211 Kaiser

212 Gemma Frisius

213 Rabbi Levi

214 Stiborius

215 Rheita

216 Furnerius

217 Hainzel

218 Orontius

219 Nasireddin

220 Miller

221 Stofler

222 Faraday

223 Maurolycus

224 Buch

225 Busching

226 Nicolai

227 Metius

228 Young

229 Fraunhofer

230 Inghirami

231 Schickard

232 Mee

233 Wilhelm

234 Tycho

235 Saussure

236 Licetus

237 Barocius

238 Janssen

239 Fabricius

240 Vega

241 Wargentin

242 Phocylides

243 Schiller

244 Longomontanus

245 Maginus

246 Heraclitus

247 Lilius

248 Cuvier

249 Clairaut

250 Baco

251 Pitiscus

252 Hommel

253 Vlacq

254 Steinheil

255 Watt

256 Biela

257 Zucchius

258 Bettinus

259 Scheiner

260 Blancanus

261 Clavius

262 Zach

263 Pentland

264 Mutus

265 Nearch

266 Rosenberger

267 Hagecius

268 Pontecoulant

269 Bailly

270 Kircher

271 Casatus

272 Klaproth

273 Gruemberger

274 Moretus

275 Curtius

276 Simpelius

277 Schomberger

278 Manzinus

279 Boguslawsky

280 Boussingault

Apollo Landing Sites

A11 Apollo 11

A12 Apollo 12

A14 Apollo 14

A15 Apollo 15

A16 Apollo 16

A17 Apollo 17
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