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Contains the Jenner and Lamb craters
Impact area of Ranger 7 (1964), an unmanned reconnaissance craft
Setting for Arthur C. Clarke's 1951 short story "The Sentinel"
Landing area of Soviet robotic probe 'Lunik 16' (1970)
Frigoris is elongated whereas most lunar seas are rounded
Named for Alexander von Humboldt, German natural historian
Abuts the Gassendi crater
Landing site of Apollo 15. Also called 'Sea of Rains'
On the far side of the moon
Bordered on the east by the Copernicus crater
Lies on the edge of the moons nearside
Featured on an episode of the ancient U.S. TV series 'Time Tunnel'
West of the crater Bullialdus
Resembles three concentric circles
The crater Posidonius sits on the northeast rim
One of only two mares named for people. William Henry Smyth, British astronomer (1788-1865)
The crater Apollonius W sits on the western rim
Site of the first manned landing
The crater Dubyago sits on the southern edge
Bordered on the right by the crater Manilius
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