Lunar Landing Site Chart – click for larger versions. Courtesy Lunar and Planetary Institute
My photo of a three day moon. East is at the bottom. Mare Crisium is the egg-shaped feature on east limb.
Here’s my photo of a five-six day moon, near first quarter. East is at bottom here too. The middle [...]
It’s showtime! Sunlight reveals most of the lunar surface and the moon is visible all night long.
Sinus Iridum — the Bay of Rainbows — is visible near the north part (left in my sketch) of the terminator. It’s the little half circle. The Jura Mountains ring the western edge and catch the [...]