April 26, 2009
The centrally located region of Montes Apenninus encloses the mountain range after which it is named. It contains portions of several seas including the Mare Imbrium (Sea of Rains), Mare Vaporum (Sea of Vapors), Mare Serenitatis (Sea of Serenity), and Palus Putredinis (Marsh of Decay). Other prominent features are the Archimedes and Autolycus craters.
This region is named after the Apennine Mountains in Italy.
|NW Corner||32° N 10° W|
|SE Corner||16° N 10° E|
|Raw Area*||1,072,000 km2|
|Visible Area*||965,000 km2|
|Minimum Bid||$ 402,000 (USD)|
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Lunar landings in this area include Luna 2 (29.1° N 0° W) and Apollo 15 (26.11° N 3.66° E).