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    Expanded ABC of Named Lunar Formations - foreword
    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
    And now... the struggle to get new online space for our enormous encyclopedic lunar knowledge...AND NOW... THE STRUGGLE TO GET NEW ONLINE SPACE FOR OUR ENORMOUS ENCYCLOPEDIC LUNAR KNOWLEDGE... (it isn't a little bit!)
    Motivation
    During the late 1800s and well into the 1900s it seemed that every book that described the craters, mountains and other features of Earth's moon was titled The Moon. In my mind this came to stand for an encyclopedia-like series of descriptions of features on the lunar surface. In general, more recent books, especially those by professional scientists, describe the processes that formed and modified the Moon, and the surface features themselves are no longer described systematically. But for many lunar observers and others thinking about the Moon as a place, knowledge of individual features is important.
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  2. page Introduction edited ... Expanded ABC of Named Lunar Formations - foreword A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V…
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    Expanded ABC of Named Lunar Formations - foreword
    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
    And now... How to trythe struggle to get
    Motivation
    During the late 1800s and well into the 1900s it seemed that every book that described the craters, mountains and other features of Earth's moon was titled The Moon. In my mind this came to stand for an encyclopedia-like series of descriptions of features on the lunar surface. In general, more recent books, especially those by professional scientists, describe the processes that formed and modified the Moon, and the surface features themselves are no longer described systematically. But for many lunar observers and others thinking about the Moon as a place, knowledge of individual features is important.
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  3. page Waarom de maan? edited ... Ze gebruikten dus hun lege fles of leeg glas als telescoop. Het lijkt wel slapstick. Zeg Danny…
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    Ze gebruikten dus hun lege fles of leeg glas als telescoop. Het lijkt wel slapstick. Zeg Danny, ben jij ook met sociale media bezig?
    Er zijn ooit een aantal mensen geweest die mij Facebook probeerden aan te raden, of iets gelijkaardigs, maar in mijn hoofd ging er meteen een waarschuwingslampje branden om mij te zeggen dat er aan sociale media niet echt veel sociaals te beleven viel. Het internet is iets wonderlijks, maar aan dat zogezegd sociaal gedoe zit een geurtje. Ik ben niet asociaal, maar om hele godse dagen naar dat kleine schermpje te zitten kijken om te zien of er iemand wakker is, daar doe ik niet aan mee. Ik ben geen kuddedier. Gedwongen mee moeten doen met de massa, dat interesseert mij niet.
    (noot: na zéér lang wachten en twijfelen heeft Danny Caes zich toch aangesloten op Facebook, louter als experiment. Het is maar de vraag of daar echt iets interessants mee bereikt kan worden...).
    Zou je graag boeken schrijven? Of heb je al eens een boek geschreven? Of meer dan één boek?
    Ik vrees dat er niet genoeg papier is op deze wereld. Ik zit met zodanig veel gedachten, herinneringen, en voorstellen dat het onbegonnen werk is om dat allemaal op papier te zetten. Zelfs het aantal websites zou immens groot zijn. Ik hou mij dan maar aan slechts één website, en dat is deze waar U nu naar kijkt (THE MOON, WIKISPACES). Ik heb thuis een niet gering aantal ATOMA-boekjes die vol staan met zelf uitgevonden alfabetische registers, genummerde lijsten, en catalogi. Alles is geschreven in een soort beknopte telegram-stijl, enkel omdat ikzelf zou weten waarover alles gaat. Moest er toevallig iemand anders in zo'n boekje zitten lezen, hij of zij zou er geen snars van begrijpen. Ik vrees dat ik bij de categorie Asperger hoor, want ik heb iets met registers en lijsten, zowel alfabetische als genummerde.
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  1. page Stratification edited ... On the eastern section of Goddard's floor: http://bit.ly/2EvXPgF On the southern part of Helm…
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    On the eastern section of Goddard's floor: http://bit.ly/2EvXPgF
    On the southern part of Helmert's floor: http://bit.ly/2FbO88s
    East of Banachiewicz C: http://bit.ly/2EzbGDa
    Is there some sort of "tendency" of these weird chaotic appearances to show up only on the moon's farside and at the eastern parts of mare-like crater floors? DannyCaes Feb 9, 2018
    Additional discoveries from John Moore:
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  2. page Stratification edited ... North of Lyman, on the southern part of the floor of Poincaré (two views of it: http://bit.ly/…
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    North of Lyman, on the southern part of the floor of Poincaré (two views of it: http://bit.ly/2EiKN5Z and http://bit.ly/2ER8kvX ).
    On the eastern section of Goddard's floor: http://bit.ly/2EvXPgF
    On the southern part of Helmert's floor: http://bit.ly/2FbO88s
    Is there some sort of "tendency" of these weird chaotic appearances to show up only on the moon's farside and at the eastern parts of mare-like crater floors? DannyCaes Feb 9, 2018
    Additional discoveries from John Moore:
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  3. page FFC List edited ... Lavoisier A (LAC 22), Lavoisier B (LAC 22), Lavoisier F (LAC 22), Lavoisier H (LAC 22), Lavois…
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    Lavoisier A (LAC 22), Lavoisier B (LAC 22), Lavoisier F (LAC 22), Lavoisier H (LAC 22), Lavoisier W (?) (LAC 22)
    Lebesgue in Mare Smythii (LAC 81)
    Legendre K (LAC 99)
    Lick in Mare Crisium (LAC 62)
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  4. page Goddard edited ... Depth data from Kurt Fisher database Westfall, 2000: 1.71 km Remarkable irregular elevated …
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    Depth data from Kurt Fisher database
    Westfall, 2000: 1.71 km
    Remarkable irregular elevated spot at the eastern section of Goddard's floor: http://bit.ly/2EwhCfQ
    Nomenclature
    Robert Hutchings Goddard(October 5, 1882 – August 10, 1945), U.S. professor and scientist, was a pioneer of controlled, liquid-fueled rocketry. He launched the world's first liquid-fueled rocket on March 16, 1926. From 1930 to 1935 he launched rockets that attained speeds of up to 550 miles an hour. Though his work in the field was revolutionary, he was often ridiculed for his theories. He received little recognition during his own lifetime, but would eventually come to be called one of the fathers of modern rocketry for his life's work.
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  5. page Introduction edited ... Expanded ABC of Named Lunar Formations - foreword A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V…
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    Expanded ABC of Named Lunar Formations - foreword
    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
    And now?now... How to
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    encyclopedic lunar knowledge?knowledge...
    Motivation
    During the late 1800s and well into the 1900s it seemed that every book that described the craters, mountains and other features of Earth's moon was titled The Moon. In my mind this came to stand for an encyclopedia-like series of descriptions of features on the lunar surface. In general, more recent books, especially those by professional scientists, describe the processes that formed and modified the Moon, and the surface features themselves are no longer described systematically. But for many lunar observers and others thinking about the Moon as a place, knowledge of individual features is important.
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  6. page Lunar Catenae edited ... Catena Encke, Rukl: 30, (a small chain of depressions south-southwest of Encke). Catena Hainz…
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    Catena Encke, Rukl: 30, (a small chain of depressions south-southwest of Encke).
    Catena Hainzel-Elger (depicted as a rille on Chart E7 in the System of Lunar Craters).
    Catena Kostinskiy D (north-northwest of Kostinskiy D) (see: http://bit.ly/2F8g50S).
    Catena Le Monnier, Rükl 25, (a row of tiny depressions on the floor of Le Monnier) (or is it Rima Le Monnier?).
    Catena Lippmann-Mendel, Rükl: (farside), (a possible chain of depressions, or a narrow valley, near the northwestern part of Lippmann's rim, running north-northeast toward the western part of Mendel's rim)(detected by D.Caes on page 268 (LAC 134) in the Clementine Atlas of the Moon).
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  7. page Introduction edited ... Expanded ABC of Named Lunar Formations - foreword A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V…
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    Expanded ABC of Named Lunar Formations - foreword
    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
    And now... hownow? How to try
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    for our enormous encyclopedic lunar
    Motivation
    During the late 1800s and well into the 1900s it seemed that every book that described the craters, mountains and other features of Earth's moon was titled The Moon. In my mind this came to stand for an encyclopedia-like series of descriptions of features on the lunar surface. In general, more recent books, especially those by professional scientists, describe the processes that formed and modified the Moon, and the surface features themselves are no longer described systematically. But for many lunar observers and others thinking about the Moon as a place, knowledge of individual features is important.
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