Rükl Zone 19 - BRAYLEY


Neighboring maps on the Rükl Nearside Map:
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Photographic Map

(This map is based on an Earth-based photograph that has been computer-corrected to zero libration. The vertical white lines indicate the left and right boundaries of the Rükl rectangle)
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Background image source

Named Features

  • Akis
  • Ango
  • Angström
  • Artsimovich
  • Artsimovich's arrowhead (a nickname from D.Caes for the curiuous arrowhead-shaped hillock east-northeast of Artsimovich).
  • Aytona (Van Langren's disallowed name for Montes Harbinger Beta) (seems to have been called Nachara too).
  • Bessarion (Van Langren's Bettinii).
  • Bessarion D hillock (a nickname from D.Caes for the officially unnamed hillock east of Bessarion D), see: http://bit.ly/2uLU44U
  • Bottle / Guitar (two nicknames from D.Caes for the odd depression between Fedorov and Mons Delisle).
  • Brayley (Van Langren's Ciermanni).
  • Catena Pierre
  • Catena Yuri
  • Cheerio crater (C.A.Wood's nickname for the curious "ghost" crater nearby Angstrom, see LPOD Volcanic Hinterland).
  • Conti (Van Langren's disallowed name for Tobias Mayer Alpha).
  • Courtney
  • Cuevio (Van Langren's disallowed name for Montes Harbinger Alpha).
  • Delisle (Van Langren's Baieri).
  • Diophantus (Van Langren's Tirelli).
  • Dorsa Argand
  • Dorsa Ramsay (between Brayley G and Prinz) (Dorsa Ramsay is a disallowed name, see Lunar Topographic Orthophotomap 39-B4 Artsimovich).
  • Dorsum Arduino
  • Dorsum Thera
  • Fedorov
  • Firdausi (a disallowed name for Euler E, see Lunar Topographic Orthophotomap 39-B3).
  • Ginnari (Van Langren's disallowed name for the bowl shaped crater Brayley B, east of Brayley itself).
  • Insula Calathe (J.Hewelcke's disallowed name for Tobias Mayer Beta, Rho, etc...) (where the hell are T.Mayer Beta and T.Mayer Rho ???).
  • Insula Cosyra (J.Hewelcke's disallowed name for the bright nimbus of Tobias Mayer A).
  • Isabel
  • Ivan
  • Jehan
  • Krieger (Van Langren's Cerda).
  • Lothrop hills (the cluster of hills and hillocks southwest of Euler, of which Mons Vinogradov is a possible member) (called Lothrop Hills on the Rand McNally moonmap) (also called The Euler group by H.Hill).
  • Louise (see at Samir for comment).
  • Marci (Van Langren's disallowed name for Tobias Mayer A).
  • Mare Imbrium (J.Hewelcke's Mare Mediterraneum) (the most western part of it, occupying the upper right section of Chart 19).
  • Mons Bucher (an unofficial name from D.Caes for the rectilinear-looking oblong hill at the south-southeastern end of Dorsum Bucher, see also Chart 9).
  • Mons Delisle (and the curious mermaid's tail at its southern part).
  • Mons Vinogradov (Van Langren's Ricci, J.Hewelcke's Insula St.Petro) (it was also called Euler Beta).
  • Montes Aerii (J.Hewelcke's disallowed name for the western end of Montes Carpatus).
  • Montes Carpatus (the western end of it, near the lower right corner of Chart 19).
  • Montes Harbinger
  • Natasha (aka Euler P, once nicknamed The Tennis Racquet by L.S.Copeland, see Sky & Telescope - january 1953; Queen of the Untraveled Seas).
  • Natasha hills (an unofficial name from C.A.Wood for the part of the Lothrop hills near Natasha).
  • Prinz
  • Rima Artsimovich
  • Rima Beethoven (a disallowed name for Rima Prinz II north of Prinz, see Lunar Topographic Orthophotomap 39-A3).
  • Rima Brahms (a disallowed name for a rille between Mons Delisle and Diophantus, see Lunar Topographic Orthophotomap 39-B2).
  • Rima Brayley
  • Rima Diophantus
  • Rima Euler
  • Rima Gluck (between Artsimovich and Prinz) (Rima Gluck is a disallowed name, see Lunar Topographic Orthophotomap 39-B4 Artsimovich).
  • Rima Handel (a disallowed name for one of the rilles northeast of Prinz, see Lunar Topographic Orthophotomap 39-A3).
  • Rima Krieger
  • Rima Rimsky-Korsakov (a disallowed name for a rille east of Euler E, aka Firdausi) (see Lunar Topographic Orthophotomap 39-B3).
  • Rima Telemann (a disallowed name for one of the rilles northeast of Prinz, see Lunar Topographic Orthophotomap 39-A3).
  • Rima Wan-Yu
  • Rimae Prinz
  • Rocco
  • Rosa
  • Ruth
  • Samir (not mentioned on Rukl's original printed atlas, only the name Louise was printed) (Louise is the tiny craterlet very near the much larger Samir).
  • Silgero (Van Langren's disallowed name for Montes Harbinger Delta and Eta) (seems to have been called Piperii too).
  • Swimming pool (a nickname from D.Caes for Brayley G, north of Brayley itself).
  • T. Mayer (Tobias Mayer).
  • Van Biesbroeck
  • Vera
  • Virgil (a disallowed name from H.P.Wilkins for the bowl shaped crater Bessarion E, just north of Bessarion itself) (both craters show up as a nice couple!).
  • Walter
  • Wollaston Alpha (the pronounced hill between Krieger and Wollaston, see the upper left corner of Chart 19).

Lettered Crater Locations

(click on the thumbnails to display full-sized images; use browser BACK button to return - the dashed white lines are the midpoints of the Rükl zones)

Full zone with lettered craters:
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Lettered craters by quadrants:
North West
North East
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external image Rukl_19_satellites_SW.jpg?size=64
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South West
South East

Additional Information



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