Rükl Zone 65 - WALTHER(in Rukl's original paper-printed atlas mentioned as WALTER)
Neighboring maps on the Rükl Nearside Map:
(This map is based on an Earth-based photograph that has been computer-corrected to zero libration. The vertical white lines indicate the left and right boundaries of the Rükl rectangle)
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- Aliacensis (Van Langren's Elisabethae Palat. Fil., J.Hewelcke's Mons Antilibanus).
- Aliacensis Alpha (the central peak of Aliacensis) (see Chart 94 in the Times Atlas of the Moon).
- Arondelii (Van Langren's disallowed name for Lexell A).
- Cassini's Bright Spot (an informal name) (see also Hell Q) (seems to have been called Mons Tabor by J.Hewelcke).
- Deslandres (J.P.H.Fauth's Horbiger) (also known as The Hell Plain).
- Licetus (Van Langren's Croii) (together with Heraclitus on Chart 73).
- Mons Taurus (J.Hewelcke's disallowed name for the bright ray east of Tycho) (J.Hewelcke must have thought that every kind of lunar surface formation was a mountain or a series of mountains).
- Nasireddin (Van Langren's Conde Prin.).
- Nonius (J.Hewelcke's Mons Fortis).
- Orontius (Van Langren's Farnesii D. Parmae).
- Schupmann (J.P.H.Fauth's disallowed name for Hell B, the crater at the upper left margin of Chart 65).
- Stöfler (J.Hewelcke's Mons Calchistan) (on his map mentioned as Calchastan).
- Terra Fertilitatis (Riccioli's discontinued name for the whole of Chart 65).
- Walther (Van Langren's Caroli I Reg. Britt., J.Hewelcke's Mons Libanus).
- Wright (a disallowed name from H.P.Wilkins for Licetus F).
Lettered Crater Locations
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Full zone with lettered craters
Lettered craters by quadrants
(the dashed white lines are the centerlines of the Rükl zones)