I didn't put this in the lunar forum, as I'd be preaching to the choir. Many of us prefer to observe when the moon is not around, shining all that natural light on our already light-polluted sky. However, if you want to add a bunch of objects to your objects found list, and also have a lot of fun learning, the moon IS the place to go with your scope! The more you observe it, the more you start to see! You can add mares, Mts, craters, Apollo landing sites and other stuff to your list of finds. I now look forward to the moon coming around and pick up where I left off with its previous visit. The book Turn Left At Orion has lots of lunar targets labeled for you.