The LROC Notebook - Part 2
- 1 For the first half of this huge numbered list, see The LROC notebook (posts 1 to 455)
- 2 Posts 456 to 500
- 3 Posts 501 to 600
- 4 Posts 601 to 700
- 5 Posts 701 to 800
- 6 Posts 801 to 900
- 7 Posts 901 to 1006
- 8 The unanswered question:
- 9 Why isn't there an article for the eccentric interior of crater Hermann A?
For the first half of this huge numbered list, see The LROC notebook (posts 1 to 455)
List of numbers of "empty" or "absent" posts.
2, 12, 62, 75, 190, 197, 198, 215, 254, 405, 505, 535, 589, 606, 614, 646, 654, 670, 673, 697, 721, 725, 729, 735, 749, 786, 809, 812, 816, 824, 826, 832, 834, 838, 842, 846, 849, 850, 857, 858, 859, 875, 876, 878, 881, 884, 886, 888, 897, 904, 905, 906, 907, 918, 922, 923, 926, 930, 940, 946, 954, 955, 961, 965 to 969, 974, 983, 987, 994 to 999, 1001, 1003, 1005... (let's hope these numbers won't be "empty" forever...).
- DannyCaes Apr 30, 2016
Posts 456 to 500
456. (News) LROC NAC Topography - 2nd Release. Important note: to get everyone of the posts after number 456 you have to write the number of the article (which you want to see) in the "http" of the 456th article, then click on it (the whole of the "http" should appear white in a blue bar), and then push the Enter tab (it's piece of cake!).
457. Galilaei's Layered Wall.
458. Impact Melt Channel (Petavius B, aka H.P.Wilkins's Orus).
459. Regolith on Basalt (Tsiolkovskiy).
460. Craggy Peak, Impact Melts (Hayn).
461. Mare Crisium: Failure, then Success (Luna 23 and Luna 24).
462. Meanders in Posidonius.
463. Dark Splash? (east of Carrillo).
464. Fractured Melt Rock (Jackson).
465. Shield Volcanoes in Lacus Veris!
466. Bright and Dark Ejecta (west of Manners).
467. Really Wrinkled (Mare Frigoris).
468. Kagami-Mochi on the Moon! (Antoniadi).
469. Bulging Wrinkle (Tsiolkovskiy).
471. On the Floor of Thales.
472. Fractures in Ohm's Melt.
473. Copernicus Seen Looking Straight Down.
474. Melt Fractures in Jackson crater.
475. Dense Fractures (Larmor Q).
476. Sunset Boulder (Lobachevskiy).
478. 1000 Day Anniversary of LROC Imaging (southpole crater Shackleton).
479. The Rays of Messier A.
480. Absolute Time (Copernicus).
481. How Recent? (Clavius E).
482. Clerke crater.
483. Impact Melt Lobes (Lowell).
484. A Stark Beauty All Its Own (Statio Tranquillitatis; Apollo 11 Landing Site).
485. Cracked Mound (Anaxagoras).
486. Scalelike Impact Melts (Plato M).
487. Crater in 3D! (west of Isaev).
488. Rim on a Rim (Hermann B).
489. River of Rock (Tycho).
490. (News) LROC 12th PDS Release.
491. Follow the Tracks (of Apollo 15's Lunar Roving Vehicle; LRV).
492. (News) LUNASERV - Public Beta Access.
493. Boulder on the Edge (Grotrian).
494. Trapped at the Bottom (Cleomedes).
495. A Recent Journey (Boulder Track - Schiller).
496. How Young is Young? (Apollo 16's North Ray Crater and House Rock).
497. Outcrops in Laplace A.
498. Melt Boundary (Milne N).
499. Bah Humboldt!
500. An Impact Melt Veneer in the Highlands (King Y, aka Al-Tusi).
Posts 501 to 600
501. Smooth Ejecta (east of Leibnitz S).
502. Balcony over Plato.
503. Ryder Spectacular!
504. Meandering (Fabbroni).
505. ? (nothing).
506. The View Inside of a Tilted Crater (Wiener F).
507. Multiple Flow Lobes (Furnerius A).
508. Melt on a Rim (Berzelius W).
509. Rolling Rolling Rolling (curved boulder tracks at Pikel'ner S).
510. Flow Boundary (near Dorsum Zirkel in Mare Imbrium).
511. Impact Melt Fingers (Grotrian).
512. Rays from Tiny Crater (east of Meshcherskiy).
513. In the Shadow of the Moon (Solar Eclipse).
514. View from the Other Side (Tycho).
515. Ejecta Starburst (east of Stark).
516. Impact on a Slope (Dante C).
517. Dark Impact Melt Sheet (near Olcott).
518. Impact Melt Pit (at Wood S).
519. Tres Amicis (3 impact craterlets north of Ritchey F, south of Hind C).
520. Orion, up close (Apollo 16 Landing Site).
521. Shattering Consequences (west of Rima G.Bond).
522. Pyroclastic Excavation (north of Schroter W).
523. Mounded Floor (Mare Frigoris).
524. Boulder Tales (Schrodinger).
525. Swarm of Secondaries (Cruger).
526. In the Wake of Giordano Bruno.
527. Messy Melt (region of Lodygin).
528. Dark Material Flows (south of Doppelmayer J).
529. Astronaut's Eye View of Apollo 16 Site.
530. The Swirls of Mare Ingenii.
531. LUNASERV - Try It Out!
532. Sampling a Central Peak (Moretus).
533. Bench Crater (in Rutherfurd).
534. Surveyor 7 (north of Tycho).
535. ? (nothing).
536. Young and Old (south of La Condamine S).
537. Question Answered! (the possible visibility of Apollo 17's US-flag on hi-res LROC photographs).
538. Louville D (impact melt pit).
539. Channels and Fractures (Anaxagoras).
540. Sunset over Giordano Bruno.
541. Brush Strokes on a Lunar Canvas (the unnamed bright raycrater near Atlas).
542. Inside Hyginus crater.
543. Four Leaf Clover (region of H.P.Wilkins's Mount Whipple, near Mons La Hire).
544. Rock Slide in Rima Hyginus.
545. Diversity (the peculiar ray-craterlet in Daguerre).
546. Sunny Side Up (Linné F).
547. Not Your Average Crater (Lassell Massif).
548. Thin Dark Layer (at an unnamed young high-albedo ray crater on the southwestern part of Hertzsprung, see LAC 88).
549. Young Highlands Crater (in Orontius).
550. A Wrinkly Crater (south of Vitello, in the unnamed lobate scarp).
551. Egede A - Channelized Melt.
552. Clam Shell (Lalande C).
554. Hyginus and Pyroclastics.
555. Excavating Deposits (west of Sommering P).
556. Exposed Layers (Piton B).
557. Weaving Boulder Trails (Tsiolkovskiy).
558. Swept Surface (Nicholson).
559. Breached Levee (Tycho).
560. Almost Submerged (east of Tobias Mayer W).
561. Anaxagoras Exterior Melt.
562. Giant Flow of Impact Melt (Tycho).
563. Houston, Tranquillity Base Here (Apollo 11).
564. Source Vent for Rima Prinz I.
565. Winding Channel of Melt (Anaxagoras).
566. Boulder Fields (Mare Frigoris).
567. Icarus (ray-craterlet at or near).
568. (News) Neil A. Armstrong 1930-2012.
569. Sinuous Cracks (south of Fryxell).
570. Four of a kind in Catena Davy.
571. Boulder or Crater? (northeast of Abulfeda E).
572. Up and Down/ Back and Forth (the "diagonal rille" southeast of Carrel).
573. Taurus Littrow Valley, West to East.
574. (News) Lunar Landscapes.
575. Looking East over Reiner Gamma.
576. Impact Melt outside Wiener F.
577. Veneer of Melt (north of Newcomb).
578. The Old and the New Tsiolkovskiy.
579. Infilled Trench (the eastern part of Mare Orientale).
580. Scours and Ejecta near Jules Verne Y.
581. (News) LROC 13th PDS Delivery.
582. Melt Overlap (Anaxagoras).
583. Recent Debris Flow (Couder).
584. Pyroclastic Trails (southern Sinus Aestuum).
585. La Pérouse A Impact Melt.
586. Dark Ejecta (Copernicus H).
587. Branched Impact Melts (the unnamed bright raycrater on the rim of Gibbs) (the author of this article, Hiroyuki Sato, seems to have been uncertain about the coordinates of the photographed target) (a strange mix of several locations on the moon).
588. The Ghosts of Mare Fecunditatis.
589. ? (nothing).
590. (News) LROC 11th PDS Release.
591. Impact Melt Deposits on a Crater Rim (Wiener F).
592. Southside, Aristarchus crater.
593. Pyroclastics and Vent (south of Lohrmann D).
594. Dynamics of Molten Rocks (Mandel'shtam F).
595. A Tiny, Glancing Blow (south-southwest of Artem'ev L) (see also 610).
596. Impact! (GRAIL A and GRAIL B).
597. Rippled Pond (Tycho).
598. Very Oblique View of Giordano Bruno.
599. (News) LROC 16th PDS Release.
600. Beautiful Ejecta Patterns (near Catena Taruntius).
Posts 601 to 700
601. Low Reflectance Deposits - Lassell Massif.
602. Hole on a Melt Sheet (Korolev X).
603. Bullialdus Central Peak Oblique.
604. Snapshots from Space (Apollo 17).
605. Ebb and Flow Finale (project GRAIL).
606. ? (nothing).
607. Lassell D ejecta.
608. Ghost crater in Mare Imbrium.
609. Surveyor crater, Before and After (Surveyor 3 and Apollo 12).
610. Physics is Fun! (south-southwest of Artem'ev L) (see also 595).
611. Dark Secondary Crater Cluster (west of Sklodowska).
612. Offset Crater, Active Moon (Poisson lobate scarp).
613. Approach to Taurus-Littrow Valley.
614. ? (nothing).
615. Byrgius A ejecta.
616. Rumker E impact melt.
617. Dating an Impact (Bridgman F).
618. Wrinkle Ridge in Mare Crisium (16° North/ 61.68° East).
619. Bounce, Roll, and Stop (Shuckburgh E).
620. Pile Up (south of Pavlov G).
621. Top of the Landslide (La Pérouse A).
622. Stopped in its Tracks (near Buffon).
623. Giordano Bruno, the big picture.
624. Minty Fresh (ray-craterlet at the Perrine-Quetelet region).
625. Clusters (southeast of Rayet Y).
626. New Views of the Gruithuisen Domes.
627. Wrinkle Ridge versus Impact Crater (south of Brayley D).
628. March of Time (new craterlet).
629. Copernicus central peak from the west.
630. Star Light Star Bright (Humboldt).
631. (News) Quickmap - only better.
632. Boulders in the Sea of Serenity (high-albedo fields of rocks and boulders on the northeastern part of Dorsum Buckland, very near the southwestern "coast" of Mare Serenitatis; aka Montes Haemus).
633. Lazy Boulders in Scaliger crater.
634. Rough Crater Wall Surface (4° South/ 227° East) (small high-albedo craterlet in Hertzsprung, LAC 88) (see also Article 655).
635. Copernicus collapse (the Skylight phenomenon).
636. A Lunar Dichotomy (Mare Ingenii).
637. Chang'e 3 Lander and Rover from above.
638. (News) Apollo Command Module Ephemeris.
639. (News) New "Featured Sites" on the LROC webpage.
640. Symmetric Ejecta (farside ray-craterlet) (9° North/ 172° East) (east-northeast of Dufay B, LAC 68).
641. Melt or Rubble? (Carrel).
642. Lobate Debris Aprons on the Moon? (south of Pavlov G).
643. Rim Slumping (Gamow).
644. Off-Centered Deposits (Guthnick).
645. Volcanic Vent (north of the Aristarchus Plateau).
646. ? (nothing).
647. Regolith all the way down? (south-southeast McDonald).
648. Getting Cracked in Wiener F.
649. Small Crater Ejecta (west of Pierazzo) (for Pierazzo, see also articles 395 and 441).
650. LROC coordinates of Robotic Spacecraft - 2013.
651. Dark Ejecta (north of Jules Verne).
652. Archimedes rock garden.
653. The Monadnocks of Sinus Honoris.
654. ? (nothing).
655. Debris over Impact Melt Pool (4° South/ 227° East) (the same high-albedo craterlet mentioned in Article 634) (the one in Hertzsprung).
656. A new tool for exploring NAC images!
657. Splash mark (Necho).
658. Picard impact melt.
659. Slope resurfacing (Jansen U).
660. Ka-Pow! (Joliot).
661. Complicated crater (north of Gum).
663. Crater debris (southwest of Planck C).
664. Layer of Pyroclastics (Bode C).
665. Debris on the slopes of Benedict.
666. Numerov's graben.
667. Boulder origin? (Von Bekesy F).
668. Cinder Cone, Impact Crater, or...? (Lassell Massif).
669. Impacts on the Melts (east-northeast of Necho).
670. ? (nothing).
671. Lunar Kipuka (the very shallow "ghost"-like crater west of Carlini L, in Mare Imbrium) (a challenge for moonobservers and specialists of digital lunar photography!).
672. DMD Excavations (western Sinus Aestuum) (DMD = Dark Mantle Deposits).
673. ? (nothing).
674. Crater on a crater on a crater (Buisson).
675. Copernicus central peak.
676. Sinuous ridges on the slope (Bolyai).
677. Lineations on the melt (Joule T).
678. Ejecta patterns (southwest of Suess).
679. Wrinkled Reiner Gamma.
680. Revealed surface (southeast of Marco Polo C).
681. Orientale sculpture.
682. Concentricity in Apollo Basin.
683. (News) LROC 14th PDS Release.
684. Distal edges (east of Schrodinger).
685. Karpinskiy floor fractures.
686. Squished crater (Seares).
687. Convergence (32° North/ 143° East) (note: James Ashley's article shows wrong coordinates, instead of "south" it should be NORTH; the northwestern part of Mare Moscoviense's rim, east-northeast of Feoktistov).
688. Coalescing secondaries (south of Compton, north-northeast of Fabry).
689. Messy crater (45° South/ 93° East) (a very small high-albedo craterlet in Mare Australe, south-southwest of Jenner, LAC 116).
690. That's a relief (in Mare Ingenii).
691. Small bouldery crater (Planck W).
692. Partially flooded rim (Rimae Prinz region).
693. (News) LROC 15th PDS Release.
694. Giordano Bruno whorl (one of the most unique features on the moon's surface!).
695. Depths of Mare Ingenii (shows a wonderful example of the rare skylight phenomenon!) (strange... this article was posted in june of the early year 2010, but... it has number 695...).
696. The 4th Mairan dome (several nicknames!).
697. ? (nothing).
698. Oval crater (in Harvey).
699. Lunokhod 2 revisited.
700. Dynamic textures (77° North/ 200° East) (about halfway between Poinsot and Thiessen, LAC 8).
Posts 701 to 800
701. Crater chain near Rima Tobias Mayer.
702. Diversity of Basaltic Lunar Volcanism (Marius Dome Complex).
703. Northeastward! (northeast of Van Gent U).
704. Karpinskiy crater.
705. A truncated rille (Jules Verne).
706. Caroline Herschel crater.
707. A unique view of the moon (Full Moon).
708. New views of Bowditch.
709. (News) New NAC Topography Released.
710. Love U on the moon (crater Love U).
711. Rima Marius layering.
712. Small pond (western part of Mare Fecunditatis).
713. Amazing Orientale peaks and valleys.
714. The Lunar Alps.
715. (News) Deletion of LROC CDR Products.
716. Symmetry in an asymmetric pattern? (Neujmin).
717. Secondaries near Mare Moscoviense.
718. A great place to rove! (Laplace A).
719. Oblique image of concentric crater (CC in Apollo).
720. On the edge (Lichtenberg).
721. ? (nothing).
722. (News) LROC 17th PDS Release.
723. A smattering of self-secondaries (east of Haldane).
724. Safe on the surface of the Moon (Chang'e 3).
725. ? (nothing).
726. Fall Out (Inghirami C).
727. Impact Art (Darwin C).
728. It is all downhill from here (Dugan J).
729. ? (nothing).
730. Wrinkles in Mare Frigoris.
731. Synthetic views of the Moon.
732. Wrinkled but how old? (eastern part of Mare Frigoris) (the second photograph in this article shows two couples of shallow bowl-shaped craters).
733. 3D Moon!
734. X Marks the Spot (Stevinus).
735. ? (nothing).
736. Close encounter (LADEE's "track" across the moon's surface, as seen from the LRO).
737. Collapsing tube (Rima Suess).
738. 681 Gigapixels! (LROC Northern Polar Mosaic)(LNPM).
739. A colorful history of floor-fractured Komarov.
740. Layering waves (Darwin C).
741. Down the mountain (Montes Carpatus).
742. Swept slopes of Herigonius.
743. Offset floor of Buys-Ballot.
744. A tangle of talus (Schubert A).
745. Rockin' Autumni.
747. Modified craters of Moscoviense.
748. Stratification in a tranquil sea (Dionysius).
749. ? (nothing).
750. Jackson's complexity.
751. Still there (Chang'e 3).
752. Slump or slide (east-southeast Milichius).
753. Sometimes you just need to vent (Mare Orientale).
754. Boulders on a hill (Rutherfurd).
755. Square-ish crater (Lavoisier).
757. Bowl of boulders in Steno Q.
758. Small clearing (Tycho).
759. Station 6 - Apollo 17 (Split Rock).
760. The complex case of Lassell K.
761. The slow creep of time (Steno Q).
762. Lavoisier pyroclastics.
763. Jagged rim (Piazzi H).
765. Taking a peek at Icarus.
766. Faulted kipuka (Montes Teneriffe).
767. Young crater walls (near Poncelet A).
768. Elongated crater (Arago E).
769. Overprinting Orientale.
770. New crater! (according to the coordinates, 20.7135°North/ 335.6698°East, it should be west of Pytheas in Mare Imbrium, LAC 40).
771. Eroding crater walls (Maskelyne B).
772. One in a million mounds (Copernicus).
773. A splendid view of Larmor Q.
774. Trundling across the moon (Lunokhod 2).
775. Punching through Abel C.
776. A kink in Rima Krieger.
777. Tender tendrils (Hipparchus G).
778. Rough around the edges (Rima Suess).
779. Onset diameter (ray-craterlet northwest Mare Orientale).
780. Old and new (Vavilov D).
781. (News) LROC 18th PDS Release.
782. Soaring over mighty Mount Hadley.
783. The original interplanetary mountaineers (Apollo 15).
784. A fresh crater in Campbell.
785. Breaking down walls (Moore F).
786. ? (nothing).
787. Donut holes (Harriot B).
788. A rille to rove over (in Oceanus Procellarum).
789. 5 years later (Shackleton).
790. Sun angles (near Buisson V).
791. Fractures and boulders (De Forest).
792. Banded slump in Berzelius W.
793. Small step or giant leap? (southwest of Hecataeus N).
794. Birt E.
795. Dorsum Nicol.
796. A tortuous path in Posidonius.
797. Making a splash at King.
798. Dark patches (west of Neper D, southeast of Neper H).
799. Littered wrinkles (north-northeast of Nicollet).
800. Fresh, but not so clean (Mare Tranquillitatis).
Posts 801 to 900
801. Resolved Hapke parameter map.
802. Mare pit topography! (east of Messier B).
803. Frozen motion (Harkhebi J).
804. Tadpole and lava tube (the unusual chain of depressions west of Gruithuisen, once photographed by CMP Alfred Worden of Apollo 15).
805. Striped crater (north of Schroter T).
806. Lovely Lichtenberg B.
807. Secondary scatter (Haret C).
808. (News) LROC 19th PDS Data Release.
809. ? (nothing).
810. Another new crater (east of Lubiniezky H).
811. Chang'e 3 site 3D.
812. ? (nothing).
813. Casting a long shadow (Chang'e 3).
814. Two-Planet perspective (Earth and Mars).
815. Two faces of Mars.
816. ? (nothing).
817. Thick and sticky melt-rock (south of Stein).
818. New evidence for young lunar volcanism! (Irregular Mare Patches - IMP).
819. Dark splotches (north of Abul Wafa).
820. Mottled mound (Firsov).
821. Exploring the lunar subsurface (Rimae Prinz).
822. LADEE impact crater found (near Sundman V).
823. Introducing LROC NAC ANAGLYPHS! (Kristen Paris's bonanza of 3D images, in red and blue) (the anaglyph in Article 823 shows Euler).
824. ? (nothing).
825. (News) LROC 20th PDS Data Release.
826. ? (nothing).
827. ANAGLYPH: Stromgren X.
828. ANAGLYPH: Mare Ingenii swirls.
829. ANAGLYPH: Highland ponds (40.23° North/ 168.15° East) (according to the coordinates this should be southwest of Chandler, LAC 32).
830. ANAGLYPH: Perched crater (a high-albedo craterlet on the rim of Darwin C).
831. ANAGLYPH: Hell Q.
832. ? (nothing).
833. ANAGLYPH: Highlands ridge (35.9° South/ 242.9° East) (according to the coordinates this should be at the northern part of Blackett's rim, LAC 122).
834. ? (nothing).
835. ANAGLYPH: Small bouldery crater near Jenner.
836. ANAGLYPH: Tycho east melt puddles.
837. ANAGLYPH: Wrinkle ridge near Fontenelle X.
838. ? (nothing).
839. ANAGLYPH: Humboldt floor fractures.
840. ANAGLYPH: Fenyi.
841. ANAGLYPH: Lobate scarp near Van Der Waals K.
842. ? (nothing).
843. ANAGLYPH: Giordano Bruno.
844. ANAGLYPH: Oppenheimer U.
845. ANAGLYPH: Herodotus A.
846. ? (nothing).
847. ANAGLYPH: Gerasimovich ejecta.
848. ANAGLYPH: Mercurius J.
849. ? (nothing).
850. ? (nothing).
851. ANAGLYPH: Degraded crater in Fraunhofer.
852. ANAGLYPH: Alpes rille.
853. ANAGLYPH: Lichtenberg ghost crater.
854. ANAGLYPH: Catena Krafft.
855. ANAGLYPH: Orientale Basin rille.
856. ANAGLYPH: Theophilus east wall.
857. ? (nothing).
858. ? (nothing).
859. ? (nothing).
860. (News) LROC 21st PDS Data Release.
861. ANAGLYPH: Giordano Bruno ejecta.
862. ANAGLYPH: Messier impact melt.
863. Mount Marilyn: navigating to the surface (a very interesting article, because this triangle shaped mountain mass is one of the nearside's telescope-friendly formations which received a NASA related name during the heydays of Project Apollo).
864. Shapes of craters (Tycho).
865. (News) LROC 22nd PDS Data Release.
866. ANAGLYPH: Floor fractures (Compton).
867. ANAGLYPH: Crater melt (Stefan L).
868. ANAGLYPH: Mons Hansteen (aka The Arrowhead).
869. ANAGLYPH: Flooded crater (Heraclitus D).
870. ANAGLYPH: Mendel scarp.
871. ANAGLYPH: Rosseland.
872. ANAGLYPH: Atlas crater.
873. ANAGLYPH: Orientale fractures.
874. ANAGLYPH: Ropey surface (southwest Orientale).
875. ? (nothing).
876. ? (nothing).
877. ANAGLYPH: Tsiolkovskiy wall.
878. ? (nothing).
879. (News) LROC 23rd PDS Data Release.
880. ANAGLYPH: Dryden central peak.
881. ? (nothing).
882. ANAGLYPH: O'Day central peak.
883. ANAGLYPH: Aristarchus rille.
884. ? (nothing).
885. Eastern Abbe H.
886. ? (nothing).
887. ANAGLYPH: Aitken lobate scarp.
888. ? (nothing).
889. ANAGLYPH: Planck B fractures.
890. ANAGLYPH: Cobra Head (Vallis Schroteri).
891. ANAGLYPH: Rim crest of Finsen C.
892. ANAGLYPH: Orientale massifs.
893. Dome in Mare Vaporum.
894. Found! Apollo 16 S-IVB crater.
895. Looking over the limb (Compton-Earth).
896. (News) LROC 24th PDS Data Release.
897. ? (nothing).
898. Great wall! (Antoniadi).
899. Chappy (ray-craterlet at Chaplygin).
900. (News) A new moon rises.
Posts 901 to 1006
901. Chappy oblique (ray-craterlet at Chaplygin).
902. Tycho Limb Shot!
903. (News) LROC 25th PDS Data Release
904 to 907. ? (nothing).
908. ANAGLYPH: Rima Sharp
909. ANAGLYPH: Fractures in Gauss
910. ANAGLYPH: Atlas crater wall
911. ANAGLYPH: Orientale rille
912. ANAGLYPH: Langmuir central peak
913. ANAGLYPH: Tycho Melt Flow
914. ANAGLYPH: Buffon flow front
915. ANAGLYPH: Briggs fractures
916. ANAGLYPH: Brisbane Impact Gouge
917. ANAGLYPH: Vitello ridge
918. ? (nothing).
919. ANAGLYPH: Orientale Mare and Melt
920. ANAGLYPH: Fenyi Fractures
921. ANAGLYPH: Manners (crater in the eastern part of Mare Tranquillitatis, shows bands and rays on its inner slopes).
922 to 923. ? (nothing).
924. ANAGLYPH: Tsiolkovskiy slumping
925. Swirls Across the Moon. (typical example Reiner Gamma, and also a global overview of the lunar swirl fields).
926. ? (nothing).
927. Regolith Porosity from Orbit (Apollo 11 boot-print/ Apollo 16 collected sample location/ Apollo 11 lunar soil close-up in 3D).
928. Making an Impact (the low-albedo spot Mees Y, just north of Mees; "Lacus Mees") (plus Hasselblad color-photograph of the Apollo 16 landingsite, and an overview of Mare Orientale's northwestern ejecta deposits).
929. What a Blast! - Revisiting the Chang'e 3 Landing Site
930. ? (nothing).
931. Jackson emerges (sunrise on Jackson, wonderful example of lunar clair-obscur).
932. Crater Concentric Ridges (Piton B).
933. Mapping Tycho Crater
934. (News) LROC 26th PDS Data Release
935. A Landing Site for Russia's Luna-Glob (Boguslawsky).
936. Age of the Compton-Belkovich Volcanic Complex (aka CBVC).
937. Lunar Exploration: Planning The Next Steps (at southpole craters Shackleton and De Gerlache).
938. Spacecraft Related Coordinates - 2016 Update
939. What's next for LRO?
940. ? (nothing).
941. Color of the Lassell massif
942. (News) LROC 27th PDS Data Release
943. Dynamic Moon! (new craterlet).
944. Mountains of the Moon: Zeeman Mons (interesting informal name!).
945. (News) LROC 28th PDS Data Release
946. ? (nothing).
947. ANAGLYPH: Rima Sharp
948. ANAGLYPH: Mare Frigoris wrinkle ridges
949. ANAGLYPH: Secondary crater in Mare Australe
950. ANAGLYPH: "Bathtub Ring" of Lava (at Bawa near Lacus Solitudinis).
951. ANAGLYPH: Maunder Central Peak
952. ANAGLYPH: Tsiolkovskiy crater terrace
953. ANAGLYPH: Dorsum Cloos (in Mare Smythii).
954 to 955? (nothing).
956. ANAGLYPH: Humboldt crater floor
957. ANAGLYPH: Triesnecker fractures
958. ANAGLYPH: Dorsa Whiston
959. ANAGLYPH: Fissures in Bowditch
960. ANAGLYPH: Mature 4 kilometer diameter crater in the southern part of Mare Fecunditatis (17.79°S, 59.02°E, southwest of Vendelinus) (northwest of Holden W, northeast of Vendelinus D).
961. ? (nothing).
962. ANAGLYPH: mare shoreline in Apollo basin
963. ANAGLYPH: Van Den Bos
964. ANAGLYPH: Haldane (in Mare Smythii).
965 to 969? (nothing).
970. (News) LROC 29th PDS Data Release
971. New view of rare volcanism on the moon (Compton-Belkovich Volcanic Complex - CBVC, etc.).
972. Mons Hansteen: a window into lunar magmatic processes
973. Struck by a Meteoroid! (strange looking "shaken" or "twisted" orbital photograph of the lunar surface).
974. ? (nothing).
975. Probing the lunar surface using small impact craters (main image shows small ray-craterlet slightly west of the northern "head" of Rima Birt).
976. (NEWS) LROC 30th PDS Data Release
977. LROC QuickMap goes 3D! (perhaps it's just an innocent digital bug, or perhaps... my PC is a hopeless ancient thing, or... (...).
I can't see the whole WAC map of both the lunar near and far side, it's just blackness... what on the moon went wrong with this QuickMap's major revamp?!?!).
978. Shaping Lunar Science with Vector Data (Irregular Mare Patches - IMPs, Lobate Scarps, and their distribution).
979. Casting light on permanently shadowed regions (example: Sylvester N).
980. 2017 Eclipse as Seen from the Moon (the Total Solar Eclipse across the USA on August the 21st). See also APOD 31-8-2017.
981. (NEWS) LROC 31st PDS Data Release
982. High Resolution Maps of the Moon
983. ? (nothing).
984. Investigating Newly Discovered Lobate Scarps (the lobate scarp near Joy).
985. The History of Volcanism in the Moon's Largest Basin (the SPA - SouthPole-Aitken Basin).
986. Ilmenite seen with Ultraviolet Light
987. ? (nothing).
988. Every Crater on the Moon (larger than 5 kilometer).
989. Searching for ice at the moon's poles
990. (NEWS) LROC 32nd PDS Data Release
991. Polar illumination maps and more!
992. Zowie! (close-up of the central peak of farside raycrater Jackson).
993. On the Rim! (the illuminated upper part of Shackleton's rim).
994 to 999. ? (nothing).
1000. Luminous Pierazzo crater (the most beautiful raycrater on the entire moon's surface).
1001. ? (nothing).
1002. Montes Carpatus
1003. ? (nothing).
1005. ? (nothing).
1006. (NEWS) LROC 33rd PDS Data Release
The unanswered question:
Why isn't there an article for the eccentric interior of crater Hermann A?Hermann A (a small bowl-shaped crater northwest of Hermann itself, at the southwestern part of Oceanus Procellarum) seems to show some sort of "disturbance" in the relief of its western inner slopes. This effect was captured on Lunar Orbiter 4's frame LO IV-156-h3 (in this frame, Hermann A's location is near the upper left corner of the frame). See also the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter's Hi-Res close-up view: http://bit.ly/2otqYSY
And indeed, the LRO's High-Resolution NAC close-up of Hermann A shows a most peculiar "out of balance" effect at the crater's inner slopes. It's as if there's some sort of "nonchalantly disturbing new crater" within the original crater.
I am not a professional scientist or selenologist, which means I can't say much about the creation of this odd eccentric crater. But... was this odd crater overlooked by all of the LROC-related lunar scientists? - DannyCaes May 3, 2016