April 26, 2009
Langrenus is located in the east, the most notable features being the Langrenus crater. The crater borders the Mare Fecunditatis (Sea of Fecundity or Fruitfulness) to the west.
This region is named after the Dutch astronomer and cartographer, Michael Florentius van Langren (1650 AD) who made celestial globes.
|NW Corner||0° S 50° E|
|SE Corner||16° S 70° E|
|Raw Area*||1,162,000 km2|
|Visible Area*||567,000 km2|
|Minimum Bid||$ 97,000 (USD)|
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Lunar landings in this area include Luna 16 (0.68° S 56.3° E).