April 26, 2009
Macrobius is located in the east, the most notable features being the Macrobius, Posidonius and Vitruvius craters. The region encloses a highland area east of the Mare Serenitatis (Sea of Serenity).
This region is named after the Roman philosopher Ambrosius Theodosius Macrobius (430 AD).
|NW Corner||32° N 30° E|
|SE Corner||16° N 50° E|
|Raw Area*||1,072,000 km2|
|Visible Area*||739,000 km2|
|Minimum Bid||$ 114,000 (USD)|
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Lunar landings in this area include Luna 21 (25.51° N 30.38° E) and Apollo 17 (20.17° N 30.8° E).