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L95: Procellarum Basin

The Procellarum Basin draws it’s name from Oceanus Procellarum (Ocean of Storms) and is the unofficial name for a hypothetical impact crater covering a large part of the moon’s nearside. 687 more words


Signs of lunar tectonics

Large features on the near side of the Moon give us the illusion of the Man-in-the-Moon gazing down benevolently once a month. The lightest parts are the ancient lunar highlands made from feldspar-rich anorthosite, hence their high albedo. 542 more words

Planetary, Extraterrestrial Geology, And Meteoritics

Oceanus Procellarum - Amidst Nature: Continental Atmosphere

(2009 – Singularity Publishing, tape)

Oceanus Procellarum have a dark impression of nature.  The work on this release evokes primarily ominous and oppressive atmospheres and dire emotions.   108 more words

Music Review

Day 56. Return to the moon

Another photo of the moon. I couldn’t not take a picture of it tonight, the crater details and shadows were amazing, as were the colours. I didn’t adjust the saturation of the photo and even despite this there are variations, sands and greys on its cold surface. 107 more words

Canon 5d3

Lunar Craters Covering Moon's Near Side Are Bigger Than Far Side

Lunar Craters Covering Moon’s Near Side Are Bigger Than Far Side Due To Hemisphere Differences

  |  By Davide CastelvecchiPosted: 11/08/2013 9:07 am EST  |  Updated: 11/08/2013 9:43 am EST… 586 more words

Humor And Observations

APOLLO 12's COVERT EVA - Proof of NASA's Off-The-Record Lunar Surface Operations

Uploaded by LunaCognita on Oct 26, 2011

Hello Everyone. Firstly, I do realize that this is a rather long video – certainly much longer than any of my other videos on Youtube. 594 more words


Craters Young and Old

This image from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) shows two similarly-sized craters in the Oceanus Procellarum (“Sea of Storms”) region of the Moon – a large mare on the Earth-facing side, on the northwestern edge. 223 more words