(unofficially called Fossa Bradley)
Lat: 24.15°N, Long: 0.6°W, Length: 133.76 km, Depth: km, Rükl: 22
Apollo 15 image AS15-M-0417
In this frame, North is to the left, the Apennine range at upper right, the odd depression Kathleen slightly below centre of frame, and Rima Bradley runs from the lower right corner toward the centre of the frame's upper margin. Note also the flat low-albedo region at upper right of the frame's centre, which was unofficially called Lacus Mozart during the hey-days of Project Apollo, although this (disallowed) name was not printed on the Lunar Topographic Orthophotomaps (LTO). - DannyCaes Oct 19, 2015
- IAU page: Rima Bradley
Named from nearby Mons. (Mons Bradley).
Once called Fossa Bradley on Lunar Topographic Orthophotomaps 41-A3, 41-B4, 41-D2.