Lat: 12.19°N, Long: 6.62°W, Diam: 316.5 km, Depth: km, Rükl: 32
- Apollo 12's Hasselblad photograph AS12-50-7434 shows an oblique northward view of Sinus Aestuum's eastern part (foreground) with bowl-shaped craters Bode C and H, and the Montes Apenninus below centre of the image. Research Danny Caes
- Apollo 17's Nikon photograph AS17-160-23946 shows a north-south oriented view of Sinus Aestuum (mentioned as Seething Bay) east of Eratosthenes (right margin). Part of Montes Apenninus is seen at the image's lower half. Research Danny Caes
- IAU page: Sinus Aestuum
- Mare area of 39,600 km^2 according to measurements by Jim Whitford-Stark.
- LROC view of dark mantled deposits around Sinus Aestuum region.
- Sinus Aestuum was part of the original IAU nomenclature of Blagg and Müller (1935).
- Section of the Face of the Woman in the Moon.
- Section of Ed Murray's C or Dark C.
- The name Sinus Aestuum is Latin, according to the IAU, for "Seething Bay", or according to Whitaker, "Bay of Seething Heat" (p. 87) or "Bay of Hot Days" (p. 216).
- According to Whitaker (pp. 216-217), this name was introduced by Riccioli, although Riccioli used it for the feature now known as Sinus Medii. Blagg, in her Collated List (#1270), found the present feature labeled with its modern name by all the authorities she consulted. Whitaker does not specify who moved it to its present location.
- Van Langren had previously referred to this area (plus Mare Vaporum) as Fretum Catholicum (Whitaker, pp. 192 and 200).
- Aestuum Pyroclastics, an unofficial name on chart 17 of the 21st Century Atlas of the Moon (C.A. Wood/ M. Collins). The location of the Aestuum Pyroclastics is north-northwest of Schroter, at the same location of F.v.P. Gruithuisen's so called "lunar city".
- L79: Eastern dark-mantle volcanic deposit.
Wood, C.A. 8/2005. Pyroclastics on the Moon. S&T 110(2):62-63