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Lunar 100
Every image in this Lunar 100 list is taken with a cell phone.
Lunar 01 Moon. Earth's large satellite.
Lunar 02 Earthshine. Twice reflected sunlight.
Lunar 03 Mare / Highlands dichotomy. Two materials with distinct compositions.
Lunar 04 Apennine Mountains. Mountain range that is part of the Mare Imbrium Basin rim.
Lunar 05 Copernicus. Archetypal large complex crater.
Lunar 06 Tycho. Large rayed crater with impact melts.
Lunar 07 Rupes Altai. A beautiful scarp that is part of the Nectaris Basin rim.
Lunar 08 Theophilus, Cyrillus, Catharina. Crater sequence illustrating stages of degradation.
Lunar 09 Clavius. very large crater that lacks basin features in spite of its size.
Lunar 10 Mare Crisium. A Mare contained in a large circular basin.
Lunar 11 Aristarchus. Very bright crater with dark bands on its walls.
Lunar 12 Proclus. A crater with oblique impact rays.
Lunar 13 Gassendi. Floor-fractured crater.
Lunar 14 Sinus Iridum. Very large crater with missing rim.
Lunar 15 Rupes Recta. Best example of a lunar fault.
Lunar 16 Petavius. Crater with domed & fractured floor.
Lunar 17 Schröter's Valley. Giant sinuous rille.
Lunar 18 Mare Serenitatis dark edges. Distinct mare areas with different compositions.
Lunar 19 Vallis Alpes. Lunar graben.
Lunar 20 Posidonius. Floor-fractured crater.
Lunar 21 Fracastorius. Crater with subsided and fractured floor.
Lunar 22 Aristarchus Plateau. Mysterious uplifted region mantled with pyroclastics.
Lunar 23 Mons Pico. Isolated Imbrium basin-ring fragment.
Lunar 24 Rima Hyginus. Rille containing rimless collapse pits.
Lunar 25 Messier A & B. Oblique ricochet impact pair.
Lunar 26 Mare Frigoris. Arcuate mare of uncertain origin.
Lunar 27 Archimedes. Large crater lacking central peak.
Lunar 28 Hipparchus. First drawing of a single crater.
Lunar 29 Rima Ariadaeus. Long, linear graben.
Lunar 30 Schiller. Possible oblique impact.
Lunar 31 Taruntius. Floor-fractured crater.
Lunar 32 Arago Alpha and Beta. Volcanic Domes.
Lunar 33 Serpentine Ridge. Basin inner-ring segment.
Lunar 34 Lacus Mortis. Strange crater with rille and ridge.
Lunar 35 Rimae Triesnecker. Rille family.
Lunar 36 Grimaldi Basin. A small two-ring basin.
Lunar 37 Bailly. Barely discernible basin.
Lunar 38 Sabine and Ritter. Possible twin impact.
Lunar 39 Schickard. Crater floor with Orientale Basin ejecta stripe.
Lunar 40 Rimae Janssen. Rare example of a highland rille.
Lunar 41 Bessel ray. Ray of uncertain origin near Bessel.
Lunar 42 Marius Hills. Complex of volcanic domes and hills.
Lunar 43 Wargentin. A crater filled to the rim with lava or ejecta.
Lunar 44 Mersenius. Domed floor cut by secondary craters.
Lunar 45 Maurolycus. Region of saturation cratering.
Lunar 46 Regiomontanus central peak. Possible volcanic peak.
Lunar 47 Alphonsus dark spots. Dark-halo eruptions on crater floor.
Lunar 48 Cauchy region. Fault, rilles, and domes.
Lunar 49 Gruithuisen Delta and Gamma. Volcanic domes formed with viscous lavas.
Lunar 50 Cayley Plains. Light, smooth plains of uncertain origin.
Lunar 51 Catena Davy. Results of comet-fragment impacts.
Lunar 52 Crüger. possible volcanic caldera.
Lunar 53 Lamont. Possible buried basin.
Lunar 54 Rimae Hippalus. Rilles concentric to Humorum Basin.
Lunar 55 Baco. Unusually smooth crater floor and surrounding plains.
Lunar 56 Australe Basin. A partially flooded ancient basin.
Lunar 57 Reiner Gamma. Conspicuous swirl and magnetic anomaly.
Lunar 58 Vallis Rheita. Basin secondary-crater chain.
Lunar 59 Schiller-Zucchius Basin. Badly degraded overlooked basin.
Lunar 60 Dome Kies Pi. Volcanic dome.
Lunar 61 Mösting A. Simple crater close to center of lunar near side.
Lunar 62 Mons Rümker. Large volcanic dome.
Lunar 63 Imbrium sculpture. Basin ejecta near and overlying Boscovich and Julius Caesar.
Lunar 64 Descartes. Apollo 16 landing site; putative region of highland volcanism.
Lunar 65 Hortensius domes. Dome field north of Hortensius.
Lunar 66 Rima Hadley. Lava channel near Apollo 15 landing site.
Lunar 67 Fra Mauro formation. Apollo 14 landing site on Imbrium ejecta.
Lunar 68 Flamsteed P. Proposed young volcanic crater and Surveyor 1 landing site.
Lunar 69 Copernicus seconday craters. Rays and craterlets near Pytheas.
Lunar 70 Humboldtianum Basin. Multi-ring impact basin.
Lunar 71 Sulpicius Gallus dark mantle. Ash eruptions northwest of crater.
Lunar 72 Atlas dark-halo craters. Explosive volcanic pits on the floor of Atlas.
Lunar 73 Smythii Basin. Difficult to observe basin scarp and mare.
Lunar 74 Copernicus H. Dark-halo impact crater.
Lunar 75 Ptolemaeus B. Saucerlike depression on the floor of Ptolemaeus.
Lunar 76 W. Bond. Large crater degraded by Imbrium ejecta.
Lunar 77 Rimae Sirsalis. Procellarum basin radial rilles.
Lunar 78 Lambert R. A buried "ghost" crater.
Lunar 79 Sinus Aestuum. Eastern dark-mantle volcanic deposit.
Lunar 80 Orientale Basin. Youngest impact basin.
Lunar 81 Hesiodus A. Concentric crater.
Lunar 82 Linné. Small crater once thought to have disappeared.
Lunar 83 Plato Craterlets. Crater pits at limits of detection.
Lunar 84 Pitatus. Crater with concentric rilles.
Lunar 85 Langrenus Rays. Aged ray system.
Lunar 86 Rimae Prinz. Rille system near the crater Prinz.
Lunar 87 Humboldt. Crater with central peaks and dark spots.
Lunar 88 Peary. Difficult to observe polar crater.
Lunar 89 Valentine Dome. Volcanic dome.
Lunar 90 Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins. Small craters near the Apollo 11 landing site.
Lunar 91 Rimae De Gasparis. Area with many rilles.
Lunar 92 Vallis Gylden. Part of the Imbrium radial sculpture.
Lunar 93 Dionysius Rays. Unusual and rare dark rays.
Lunar 94 Drygalski. Large south-pole region crater.
Lunar 95 Procellarum Basin. The Moon's biggest basin?.
Lunar 96 Montes Leibnitz. Rim of South Pole Aitken basin.
Lunar 97 Vallis Inghirami. Orientale basin ejecta.
Lunar 98 Imbrium Lava Flows. Mare lava flow boundaries.
Lunar 99 Ina. D-shaped young volcanic caldera.
Lunar100 Mare Marginis Swirls. Possible magnetic field deposits.