Maurolycus

April 26, 2009

Maurolycus is located in the southern highlands, the most notable features being the Maurolycus, Barocius, Gemma Frisius, and Rabbi Levi craters.

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This region is named after the Sicilian mathematician and astronomer Francesco Maurolico. He was known for documenting astronomical sightings such as the supernova that appeared in Cassiopeia (1572 AD).


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Region Data
Name Maurolycus
Number 113
NW Corner 32° S 10° E
SE Corner 48° S 34° E
Raw Area* 1,078,000 km2
Visible Area* 753,000 km2
Visibility Factor* 70%
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Photo of Maurolycus

Photo of Maurolycus

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