Montes Archimedes (aka Montes Lomonosov)
Lat: 25.3°N, Long: 4.6°W, Diam: 163 km, Height: km, Rükl: 22
Montes Archimedes is the rough terrain south-southwest of the large crater Archimedes.
- Apollo 15's post-sunrise Fairchild camera photograph AS15-M-0421 shows almost the whole of Montes Archimedes. Note the arc-like tendency of the three main components of these mountains. It's as if this interrupted ring's centre is located somewhere near the upper right corner of the frame (only one fifth of the complete ring structure is visible).
- Research: Danny Caes
- Named from nearby crater. (Archimedes)
- In an informal tour of Mare Imbrium, Montes Archimedes was referred to as the Hill Country (Copeland, 1953). Research: Danny Caes
- Another unofficial name was Montes Lomonosov. This name is mentioned in the book THE MOON by A.V.Markov. Research: Danny Caes