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Brian Albin
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Lunar Mtn Range name? new
      #5548110 - 12/01/12 12:24 AM

Between the Apennines and crater Wallace is a secondary ridge, as if Mare Imbrium has two concentric rims. I have been looking for a name for this on maps and have not found any. Has this ridge been named?

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Brian Albin
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Re: Lunar Mtn Range name? new [Re: Brian Albin]
      #5553238 - 12/04/12 01:48 AM

Here is a picture of this ridge http://user.physics.unc.edu/~evans/pub/A31/Lecture10-Moon/apennine.jpg

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Re: Lunar Mtn Range name? new [Re: Brian Albin]
      #5553792 - 12/04/12 11:24 AM

Brian, have you asked in the Lunar Observing forum? There are folks there who know everything about the Moon.

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Brian Albin
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Re: Lunar Mtn Range name? [Re: Rick Woods]
      #5554907 - 12/05/12 12:21 AM

Thanks for the pointer Rick, I will try there.

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