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Aristillus Crater

Aristillus is a prominent lunar impact crater that lies in the eastern Mare Imbrium.

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Aristillus. 95. CHART 21.
Skymania's Moon Challenge
Crater. 30 N. 4 W.
The origin of lunar crater rays
estimated ages of 3 Ga or more (e.g., McEwen et al.
Banded Crater reports for Agatharchides A, Ariadaeus, Aristillus, Birt, Bode, Burg, Conon,. Davy, Nicollet, Silberschlag, Theaetetus. PETER GREGO – ST.

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China to land on the moon by the end of 2013
But a previous report suggested that Sinus Iridum, Mare Nectaris, Mare Humorum, Kepler crater, and Aristillus crater were under consideration, with Sunus Iridum being favored by Chinese space planners.

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Aristillus (crater) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aristillus is a prominent lunar impact crater that lies in the eastern Mare Imbrium.
Oberving the Age of the Moon and its Craters Michael Packer
Grouped together in the northeastern sea of Mare Imbrian lie the craters Aristillus (northeast), Autolycus (middle) and Archimedes (southwest).
S100 Lunar Images
Jun 29, 2001 Aristillus Crater Region Imaging Date: 06-28-01. Seeing Conditions: Moderate Telescope: Takahashi FSQ-106.
The Lunar Crater Aristillus, with Plate XV
140 The Lunar Crater Aristillus 400 miles deep, as shown by the ring of light surrounding the planet when in transit across the sun.

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