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Moon map by Donald A. MacRae. This image was found on an old astronomy book and digitally enhaced.

This illustration of the lunar surface identifies certain brands, plains, volcanoes and craters.

Galileo Galilei was able to distinguish two different surface regions. In the dark regions called "mares" are named as the Sea of Serenity and the Sea of Fertility, are plains with few craters.
The rest of the lunar surface is brighter, and represents higher regions with a high density of craters such as Tycho and Clavius. In the lunar surface there are mountain ranges that have names like Alps and Apennines, as on Earth.

Size: 14.5" by 8.5" including a margin of 0.5"

Printed on 200 gsm fine art paper by a professional print service. Paper has ISO 9706
ageing resistance certification that guarantees an archival life of more than 200 years
and Forest Stewardship Council™ certificate that guarantees well-managed forests.

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Verónica Olivera Gómez

Map of the Moon Lunar Surface Astronomy Print Recovered Vintage Image to Frame

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