Full Moon Atlas: Sector D-1
From the Moon's visible western edge, along the
Lunar equator (which runs just below Crater Hevelius, in
the lower left corner of the photo), across central Oceanus
Procellarum. Left of center is Reiner Gamma, a
relatively flat formation made up of light-colored material; just
east of it lies Crater Reiner. Crater Kepler's ray
system, streaks of ejecta from the crater's creation, is prominent
in the upper right corner.
Moving your cursor over major
geographical features in the photograph below will trigger
· When displayed, approximate crater
diameters (in kilometers) are shown within parenthesis.
· To move to an adjoining sector (when available),
click on the direction indicator. For example, clicking on the
"North" indicator moves you to the sector above the
current one displayed.
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