April 26, 2009
The centrally located region of Montes Riphaeus encloses the small mountain range after which it is named as well as part the Mare Cognitum (Known Sea) and the Fra Mauro crater.
This region is named after Riphean Mountains mentioned in some ancient texts.
|NW Corner||0° S 30° W|
|SE Corner||16° S 10° W|
|Raw Area*||1,162,000 km2|
|Visible Area*||1,065,000 km2|
|Minimum Bid||$ 704,000 (USD)|
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Lunar landings in this area include Ranger 7 (10.35° S 20.58° W), Surveyor 3 (2.94° S 23.34° W), Apollo 12 (2.94° S 23.45° W) and Apollo 14 (3.67° S 17.46° W).