The Moon is both an easy target and a difficult target. Difficult because there is so much to see that it can be rather overwhelming. So really depends on your interests as to where to begin and what to look for. Once can do a survey of the major geologic formations on the Moon if their interest revolves around geology (highlands, seas, domes, craters, volcanoes, rilles, faults, lava flows, etc.). From an exploration perspective it is neat to zero in on the Apollo landing sites. From a general perspective the Lunar 100 list is nice. There are various unusual things to see and things that are still a mystery as exactly what process formed them, like lunar swirls (e.g., Reiner Gamma). And sometimes it is fun to just look at a detailed pic of a section of the Moon and whatever looks interesting to your eye to try and find with the telescope (e.g., https://upload.wikim...nus_(LRO).png).
Here's some links to get the exploration started...
Top 10 - http://astronomy.com...nar targets.pdf
Top 100 - http://astrospider.c...unar100list.htm
Primary Lunar Features - https://upload.wikim...n_names.svg.png
USGS Geologic Atlas of Moon - http://www.lpi.usra....apcatalog/usgs/
USAF Lunar Mosaic (1960) - http://www.lpi.usra....mapcatalog/LEM/
Lunar Near-Side Geology Map - http://www.donaldeda...UB/MOONGEOs.jpg
Lunar Surface Basics - http://astrosun2.ast...s/Lecture13.pdf
What's Hot on the Moon - http://cornerstoneva...BookExcerpt.pdf
Exploring the Moon - http://lroc.sese.asu...heMoonGuide.pdf
A Little Guide to Lunar Domes - http://www.skyandtel...to-lunar-domes/
Apollo Landing Sites - http://www.skyandtel...-landing-sites/
Four Centuries of Temporary Phenomena Observations - http://www.astrosurf...apers/R-277.pdf
Other Unusual Things...
http://the-moon.wiki... Features Lists
Edited by BillP, 08 February 2017 - 05:49 PM.