Julius Caesar

April 26, 2009

Julius Caesar is centrally located, the most notable features being the Julius Caesar and Plinius craters. The Mare Tranquillitatis (Sea of Tranquility) covers most of this region.

Geological Survey | Topographical Map

This region is named after the well-known Roman emperor, Julius Caesar (50 BC).


Region Map

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Region Data
Name Julius Caesar
Number 60
NW Corner 16° N 10° E
SE Corner 0° S 30° E
Raw Area* 1,162,000 km2
Visible Area* 1,065,000 km2
Visibility Factor* 92%
Minimum Bid $ 619,000 (USD)
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Lunar landings in this region include Ranger 8 (2.67° N 24.65° E), Surveyor 5 (1.41° N 23.18° E) and Apollo 11 (0.67° N 23.49° E).

Photo of Julius Caesar

Photo of Julius Caesar

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