The eastern part of Mare Frigoris and the northern edge of the visible
part of the Moon. The crater Aristoteles is the most interesting formation
on the chart
(1650 - 1695) German amateur astronomer.
) (Debt: 1,200m /3,937ft) (66.8°N, 35.9°E) Eroded crater, gap in
the wall to the southwest, marked by the tiny craterlet Arnold J.
(383 - 322 BC) Greek Philosopher and universal scientist.
(87Km /52 Mi
) (Dept: 3,700m / 11,200ft) (50.2°N,
17.4°E) Distorted into a rounded hexagon shape. The inner walls terraced.
The crater floor is uneven and rippled. Small central peaks, offset to the
(1848 - 1934) French astronomer.
(89Km /52Mi ø
) (Dept: 2,200m /7,218ft)
37.5°E) Eroded and worn rim, leaving a hilly ridge surrounding the
interior. The crater Euctemon is intruding into the rim
(470 - 360 BC) Greek philosopher who formulated an atomic theory
for the universe.
) (Debt: 2,200m
/7,218ft) (62.3°N, 35.0°E).
Sharp-edged, slightly irregular shape,
inner walls with terraces, flat interior floor, small central peak.
DE SITTER -
Willem de Sitter.
(1872 - 1934). Dutch cosmologist,
astrophysicist, and astronomer worked on the theory of special relativity
Three-crater cluster, with De
Sitter overlying the northeast rim of De Sitter L and the southern rim of
De Sitter M.
(ca. 432 BC) Greek astronomer from Athens.
) (Dept: 2,100m /6,400ft) (76.4°N 31.3°E) Floor lava covered,
with tiny craterlets.
Johann G. Galle. (1812 - 1910) German
astronomer who in 1846, discovered the planet Neptune, with the help of
the calculations of French astronomer Le Verrier.
) (Dept: 2,300/7,546ft) (55.9°N, 22.3°E)
Circular, with a sharp edged.
(1820 - 1857) American explorer and polar explorer.
) (Dept: 3,300m /10,827ft)
(63.1°N, 26.1°E) Walled remains of a lunar crater that has been flooded by
(1793 - 1864) German/Czech astronomer. Did research into double stars.
) (Dept: 2.360m/7743ft) (63.2°N, 17.3°E)
Remains of a lava flooded walled plain.
(1818 - 1889) American astronomer. Director of the
Vassar College Observatory. Discoverer of Mitchells comet (C/1847 T1)
) (Dept: 1,300m/4,265ft) (49.7°N, 20.2°E)
Satellite crater of Aristoteles.
(1804 - 1884) French scientist.
) (Dept: 760 m/2,493ft)
(66.4°N 28.9°E) Eroded, low rim.
(1861 – 1930) Norwegian explorer, scientist, diplomat,
humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
) (80.9°N, 95.3°E) Crater heavily worn
and eroded by minor impacts, leaving an irregular outer wall that is
marked by multiple small craters and indentations.
(1851 - 1940)
) (Dept: 1,600m/5,249ft) (68.21° N, 24.99°E)
heavily worn and eroded by smaller impacts,
leaving only a low, uneven ridge surrounding the interior, lava flooded.
(1851 - 1940)
(72.0° N, 70.8° E) Attached to the western rim of this crater is the
large, heavily eroded crater Petermann R.
Christian A. F. Peters.
(1806 - 1880)
) (Dept: 500m/1,640ft) (68.06° N, 29.39° E)
lava flooded, low rim.
(1789 - 1876)
) (Dept: 1,990m /6,000ft) (59.2° N, 16.9° E)
Walls slope down to a ring of
material around the inner floor.