April 26, 2009
Letronne is located in the west, the most notable features being the Letronne, Gassendi, Flamsteed, Wichmann and Billy craters. The region encloses the southern part of the vast Oceanus Procellarum (Ocean of Storms).
This region is named after the French archaeologist, Jean Antoine Letronne (1840 AD) who translated important works from ancient Egypt.
|NW Corner||0° S 50° W|
|SE Corner||16° S 30° W|
|Raw Area*||1,162,000 km2|
|Visible Area*||868,000 km2|
|Minimum Bid||$ 533,000 (USD)|
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*Data is provided as a courtesy. Some values are approximate and accuracy is not guaranteed. You are encouraged to do your own research before bidding. Refer to the Region Guide for more information on the data items.
Lunar landings in this area include Surveyor 1 (2.45° S 43.21° W).