Landscapes near the north-eastern edge of the Moon. Eastern part of Lacus Somniorum with the broad rille G. Bond I. The hills at the lower side of the map are part of the Taurus mountains.
Crater. (87km /53Mi ø ) (Dept: 3,000m /9,100ft) (47°N, 44°E) Forms a distinct pair with Hercules. (Chart 14)
BERZELIUS - Jöns J. von Berzelius. (1779 - 1848) Swedish Chemist. Secretary of the Academy of Sciences in 1818. Separated organic chemistry and mineral chemistry. Inventor of symbols and chemical equations. Laws of electrochemistry.
CHEVALLIER - Temple Chevallier. English astronomer, clergyman and polymath. Director of the Durham Observatory in England. Solar astronomy, translation of the writings of Polycarpus. (One of the Apostolic Fathers).
Crater. (52km /32Mi ø ) (Depth: 1,2km) (44.9° N, 51.2° E ) Eroded, flooded by lava. Partly destroyed, wrecked formation. Few steep slopes supporting Chevallier A to the west Chevallier M to the north and Chevallier K to the south. High walls. Floor containing Chevallier B. Narrow grooves and craterlets.
Crater. (69Km /41Mi ø ) (Depth: 2,300m) (46.6° N, 66.2° E) Steep slopes supporting Mercurius B to the north-east and Mercurius F & G to the south-west. High walls supporting Mercurius L to the south-west. Flat floor with a craterlet to the north. Small central relief.