MARE TRANQUILLITATIS PDF

We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. This study signifies the compositional variability of Mare Tranquillitatis basalt and the Irregular Mare patches IMPs — the youngest volcanic feature on the Moon, using hyperspectral data from Moon Mineralogy Mapper M 3 for the first time. Along with composition, the topographic and morphological mapping has been done to understand the possible evolutionary history of this mare.

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Mare Tranquillitatis Sea of Tranquility For the first lunar landing, Mare Tranquilitatis was the site chosen because it is a relatively smooth and level area.

It does, however, have a high density of craters and in the last seconds before landing, the LM had to be manually piloted by Neil Armstrong to avoid a sharp-rimmed ray crater measuring some meters across and 30 meters deep known as West.

The LM landed safely some 6 km from the originally intended landing site. The Apollo 11 LM landed approximately meters west of West crater and 20km south-southwest of the crater Sabine D in the southwestern part of Mare Tranquilitatis.

The lunar surface at the landing site consisted of fragmental debris ranging in size from fine particles to blocks about 0. The landing site is The Surveyor 5 spacecraft is approximately 25 km north-northwest of the Apollo 11 landing site, and the impact crater formed by Ranger 8 is 69 km northeast of the landing site.

Below is the Apollo 11 landing site with the descent stage of the Lunar Module and its shadow indicated by the arrow. The CSM is visible right of center. Apollo 11 Traverses. Diagram based on the Apollo 11, 12, and 14 Traverses map prepared by the U.

From Apollo 11 Preliminary Science Report. Apollo Landing Sites Map.

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Compositional mapping and the evolutionary history of Mare Tranquillitatis

The mare material within the basin consists of basalt formed in the intermediate to young age group of the Upper Imbrian epoch. The surrounding mountains are thought to be of the Lower Imbrian epoch, but the actual basin is probably Pre-Nectarian. The basin has irregular margins and lacks a defined multiple-ringed structure. The irregular topography in and near this basin results from the intersection of the Tranquillitatis, Nectaris , Crisium , Fecunditatis , and Serenitatis basins with two throughgoing rings of the Procellarum basin. Palus Somni , on the northeastern rim of the mare, is filled with the basalt that spilled over from Tranquillitatis.

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Mare Tranquillitatis Sea of Tranquility For the first lunar landing, Mare Tranquilitatis was the site chosen because it is a relatively smooth and level area. It does, however, have a high density of craters and in the last seconds before landing, the LM had to be manually piloted by Neil Armstrong to avoid a sharp-rimmed ray crater measuring some meters across and 30 meters deep known as West. The LM landed safely some 6 km from the originally intended landing site. The Apollo 11 LM landed approximately meters west of West crater and 20km south-southwest of the crater Sabine D in the southwestern part of Mare Tranquilitatis. The lunar surface at the landing site consisted of fragmental debris ranging in size from fine particles to blocks about 0.

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