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Explore Scientific Moon Crater Map Double-Sided

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Explore Scientific Double-Sided Moon Crater Map - ES-MM018

Presenting the Explore Scientific Moon Crater Map, a double-sided celestial guide that unveils the mysteries of Earth's natural satellite.

On the front side, this 11.5x11.5 map expertly pinpoints 24 lunar features, offering telescope enthusiasts a detailed roadmap for captivating observations.

Flip it over to the back, where historical lunar programs come to life—marking the landing sites of spacecraft from the United States, Russia, and China.

Crafted with precision, this map is not just an informative tool but a visual delight.

Featuring a captivating image captured by esteemed astronomer and astrophotographer Dr. Howard Eskildsen, the Explore Scientific Moon Crater Map combines scientific accuracy with aesthetic allure.

Immerse yourself in the wonders of the moon, guided by this beautifully crafted and informative lunar map.



  • Front side pinpoints the location of 24 features on the lunar surface that can be observed through a telescope.
  • Back side marks landing sites of spacecrafts from the lunar programs of the United States, Russia and China.
  • 11.5x11.5 Moon map features a captivating image from accomplished astronomer and astrophotographer Dr. Howard Eskildsen


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