19 degree x 22 degree sector of the Moon, Eratosthenes at the lower right, Archimedes at the top, and Montes Appenninus along the diagonal. Scale roughly 1:2,000,000. The sector is a bit narrower at the top, as a CNC accident necessitated a trim. 27cm tall, and about the same at the widest part. The fuzz along the grain lines at the right is an artifact of machining and will be removed during finishing. Maple blank 28cm x 29cm x 4cm; over 2cm material removed at the corners to generate the curvature.
Actual size on the model is one inch square, or 25mm. Rima Hadley, the Apollo 15 landing site.
What looks like a mountain range is simply the border between two walled plains: 164km Struve on the left and 120km Eddington on the right. (The curved thin white lines are an artifact from the screen capture.)
16 x 20 degree Lunar Astronautical Chart 37.
A slight change of angle.
Wide view of LAC 37.
View of Struve Crater.
Closer look at Struve L and rilles.
Briggs A on the border of Russell Crater.
89km Leucippus Q with the rim and a bit of floor of 57km Leucippus to the north.
Section of Lunar Astronautical Chart 53; Leucippus Q The crossing 26 degrees North and 120 degrees West is left of center.
10 – 15km craters at 26 degrees North, 146 degrees West on the far side of the Moon. Nearest named feature is Joule K.
Detail from 16 x 20 degree Lunar Astronautical Chart 52. Tick marks are tenths of a degree.
24cm model of region around 111km Gassendi crater. Model cut from 5/4 maple lumber. Scale roughly 1:750,000.
Quickmap (http://target.lroc.asu.edu/q3/) view of Gassendi brightened up a bit.
28km Encke crater with 32km Kepler crater in the distance. Imaged from SLDEM available from Map A Planet 2.
Section of LAC 057.
71km Jackson Crater located at 22 degrees North and 163 degrees West. Imaged from SLDEM available at Map A Planet 2.
Section of LAC 051 from Planetary Names.