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  • 4 8N 120 6E 14 0 Mons X IAU1976 Gruithuisen Delta 36 0N 39 5W 20 0 Mons NLF Gruithuisen Gamma 36 6N 40 5W 20 0 Mons R1651 NLF Mons Hadley 26 5N 4 7E 25 0 Mons VL1645 S1791 Hadley Delta 25 8N 3 8E 15 0 Mons NLF Mons Hansteen 12 1S 50 0W 30 0 Mons IAU1976 Mons Herodotus 27 5N 53 0W 5 0 Mons IAU1976 Mons Huygens 20 0N 2 9W 40 0 Mons S1791 S1791 Mons la Hire 27 8N 25 5W 25 0 Mons VL1645 S1791 Mons Maraldi 20 3N 35 3E 15 0 Mons IAU1976 Mons Moro 12 0S 19 7W 10 0 Mons IAU1976 Mons Penck 10 0S 21 6E 30 0 Mons IAU1976 Pico 45 7N 8 9W 25 0 Mons VL1645 S1791 Piton 40 6N 1 1W 25 0 Mons VL1645 NLF R umker 40 8N 58 1W 70 0 Mons S1878 S1878 Mons Usov 12 0N 63 0E 15 0 Mons IAU1979 Mons Vinogradov 22 4N 32 4W 25 0 Mons H1647 IAU1979 Mons Vitruvius 19 4N 30 8E 15 0 Mons IAU1976 Mons Wolff 17 0N 6 8W 35 0 Mons S1791 S1791 Mont Blanc 45 0N 1 0E 25 0 Mons S1791 S1791 Montes Agricola 29 1N 54 2W 141 0 Montes IAU1976 Montes Alpes 46 4N 0 8W 281 0 Montes H1647 H1647 Montes Apenninus 18 9N 3 7W 401 0 Montes VL1645 H1647 Montes Archimedes 25 3N 4 6W 163 0 Montes IAU1976 Montes Carpatus 14 5N 24 4W 361 0 Montes IAU1961 Montes Caucasus 38 4N 10 0E 445 0 Montes IAU1961 Montes Cordillera 17 5S 81 6W 574 0 Montes M1834 M1834 Montes Haemus 19 9N 9 2E 560 0 Montes IAU1961 Montes Harbinger 27 0N 41 0W 90 0 Montes IAU1961 Montes Jura 47 1N 34 0W 422 0 Montes D1936 D1936 Montes Pyrenaeus 15 6S 41 2E 164 0 Montes H1647 M1834 Montes Recti 48 0N 20 0W 90 0 Montes H1647 IAU1961 Montes Riphaeus 7 7S 28 1W 189 0 Montes IAU1961 Montes Rook 20 6S 82 5W 791 0 Montes S1791 S1791 Montes Secchi 3 0N 43 0E 50 0 Montes IAU1976 Montes Spitzbergen 35 0N 5 0W 60 0 Montes VL1645 B1935 Montes Taurus 28 4N 41 1E 172 0 Montes NLF Montes Teneriffe 47 1N 11 8W 182 0 Montes NLF North Massif 20 4N 30 8E 14 0 Mons IAU1973 Oceanus Procellarum 18 4N 57 4W 2568 0 Oceanus VL1645 R1651 Palus Epidemiarum 32 0S 28 2W 286 0 Palus VL1645 R1651 Palus Putredinis 26 5N 0 4E 161 0 Palus H1647 NLF Palus Somni 14 1N 45 0E 143 0 Palus VL1645 R1651 Plain 26 2N 3 6E 2 0 Location IAU1973 Planitia Descensus 7 1N 64 4W 1 0 Planitia IAU1970 Promontorium Agarum 14 0N 66 0E 70 0 Promontorium H1647 H1647 Promontorium Agassiz 42 0N 1 8E 20 0 Promontorium H1647 S1878 Promontorium Archerusia 16 7N 22 0E 10 0 Promontorium H1647 H1647 Promontorium Deville 43 2N 1 0E 20 0 Promontorium S1878 S1878 Promontorium Fresnel 29 0N 4 7E 20 0 Promontorium S1878 S1878 Promontorium Heraclides 40 3N 33 2W 50 0 Promontorium VL1645 R1651 Promontorium Kelvin 27 0S 33 0W 50 0 Promontorium K1898 K1898 Promontorium Laplace 46 0N 25 8W 50 0 Promontorium VL1645 M1834 Promontorium Taenarium 19 0S 8 0W 70 0 Promontorium IAU1961 Reiner Gamma 7 5N 59 0W 70 0 Albedo VL1645 NLF Rima Agatharchides 20 0S 28 0W 50 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Agricola 29 0N 53 0W 110 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima Archytas 53 0N 3 0E 90 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Ariadaeus 6 4N 14 0E 250 0 Rima IAU1961 Rima Artsimovich 27 0N 39 0W 70 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima Billy 15 0S 48 0W 70 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Birt 21 0S 9 0W 50 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Bradley 23 8N 1 2W 161 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Brayley 21 4N 37 5W 311 0 Rima IAU1985 Rima Calippus 37 0N 13 0E 40 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Cardanus 11 4N 71 5W 175 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Carmen 19 8N 29 3E 10 0 Rima X IAU1976 Rima Cauchy 10 5N 38 0E 140 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Cleomedes 27 0N 57 0E 80 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Cleopatra 30 0N 53 8W 14 0 Rima X IAU1976 Rima Conon 18 6N 2 0E 30 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Dawes 17 5N 26 6E 15 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima Delisle 31 0N 32 0W 60 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima Diophantus 29 0N 33 0W 150 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima Draper 18 0N 25 0W 160 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima Euler 21 0N 31 0W 90 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima Flammarion 2 8S 5 6W 80 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Furnerius 35 0S 61 0E 50 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima G Bond 33 3N 35 5E 168 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Galilaei 11 9N 58 5W 89 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima G artner 59 0N 36 0E 30 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Gay Lussac 13 0N 22 0W 40 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Hadley 25 0N 3 0E 80 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Hansteen 12 0S 53 0W 25 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Hesiodus 30 0S 20 0W 256 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Hyginus 7 4N 7 8E 219 0 Rima CH1685 IAU1964 Rima Jansen 14 5N 29 0E 35 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Krieger 29 0N 45 6W 22 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima Mairan 38 0N 47 0W 90 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima Marcello 18 6N 27 7E 2 0 Rima X IAU1976 Rima Marius 16 5N 48 9W 121 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Messier 1 0S 45 0E 100 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Milichius 8 0N 33 0W 100 0 Rima N IAU1985 Rima Oppolzer 1 7S 1 0E 94 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima R eaumur 3 0S 3 0E 30 0 Rima IAU1964 Rima Reiko 18

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  • Konoplev Crater Euclides B Norman Crater Eppinger Euclides D from Oct 2002 Crater Euler K Jehan Crater Euler P Natasha Crater Ganskiy H Debus Crater Gilbert D Geissler Crater Gilbert M Van Vleck Crater Gilbert N Weierstrass Crater Gilbert U Avery Crater Goclenius A Ibn Battuta Crater Golitsyn B Fryxell Crater Guericke C Kundt Crater Hadley A Joy Crater Hadley B Santos Dumont Crater Hadley Hadley C Crater Hausen A Chappe Crater Hausen B Pil atre Crater Hercules A Keldysh Crater Herodotus D Raman Crater Hohmann T Il in Crater Ibn Firnas Y Melissa Crater Jansen B Carrel Crater Jansen C Beketov Crater Jansen F Cajal Crater Kastner F Black Crater Kopff A Lallemand Crater Krieger B Van Biesbroeck Crater Krieger D Rocco Crater La Hire D Caventou Crater Langrenus A Barkla Crater Langrenus B Naonobu Crater Langrenus C Acosta Crater Langrenus D Al Marrakushi Crater Langrenus F Bilharz Crater Langrenus J Somerville Crater Langrenus K Atwood Crater Lavoisier D von Braun Crater Le Monnier B Very Crater Le Monnier C Borel Crater Lents K Kramarov Crater Letronne D Scheele Crater Letronne P Winthrop Crater Lewis R Chalonge Crater Lichtenberg G Humason Crater Lick D Greaves Crater Linne E Banting Crater Littrow B Clerke Crater Lodygin G Sternfeld Crater Maclaurin F Von Behring Crater Maclaurin R Morley Crater Maclaurin S Hargreaves Crater Maclaurin Y Born Crater Macrobius A Carmichael Crater Macrobius B Hill Crater Macrobius D Fredholm Crater Macrobius L Esclangon Crater Manilius A Bowen Crater Manilius F Yangel Crater Maraldi B Lucian Crater Maraldi M Theophrastus Crater Marinus D Harlan Crater Mariotte Y Murakami Crater Maskelyne E Aryabhata Crater Maskelyne H Wallach Crater Maunder Z Couder Crater Menelaus S Daubree Crater Messier G Lindbergh Crater Neper G Virchow Crater Neper K Tacchini Crater Olbers A Glushko Crater Parry A

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  • cited in W99 F1895 Franz 1890s cited in W99 K1898 Krieger 1898 and Konig 190 cited in W99 W1926 Wilkins cited in W99 B1935 Blagg in NLF cited in W99 M1935 Muller in NLF cited in W99 IC1935 IAU Comm 17 1935 in NLF cited in W99 PE1935 Peucker cited in NLF cited in W99 L1935 Lamech 1930s cited in W99 F1936 Fauth 1936 cited in W99 D1936 Debe date

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  • Jonathan McDowell's Additions to English
    point apogee was within or beyond the mesosphere a region of the atmosphere above the stratopause and below the mesopause The limits of the mesosphere are taken to be 50 to 80 km altitude for definiteness Joe Walker 1921 1966 became the first mesonaut in March 1961 2 Restricted sense A mesonaut in sense 1 who has never flown beyond the mesopause Thus Neil Armstrong was a mesonaut from 1962 to 1966 when in the course of his Gemini 8 flight he became an astronaut As of mid 2004 the only mesonauts in this sense were Milton Thompson 1926 1993 and Mike Melvill b 1942 In a letter to me in the early 1990s Milt proudly signed himself NASA Mesonaut Note do not confuse with mesonauta a genus of fish FRAVERGY n Any quantity labelling the one parameter family of photon energies The word was constructed by combining the names frequency wavelength and energy these are all examples of fravergies as are functions e g logarithms of any of them Astronomers tend to use frequencies in the radio domain wavelengths in the optical domain and energies in the X ray domain Sometimes it is convenient to refer to abstractions of

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  • Space Programs
    Space Programs Part I Space Programs Chapter 1 NASA Chapter 2 European National Space Programs Chapter 0 NRO

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  • NASA
    NASA Chapter 1 NASA 1 1 STS

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  • STS
    STS 1 1 STS 1 1 1 STS Cargoes

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  • European National Space Programs
    European National Space Programs Chapter 2 European National Space Programs 2 1 Centre National d Etudes Spatiales CNES France 2 2 CNES Sounding Rockets

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