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Promontorium Deville

Promontorium Deville is a mountainous cape situated on the northeast margin of Mare Imbrium on the near side of the Moon. Its selenographic coordinates are 43.31° N, 1.14° E. It is located north of Promontorium Agassiz, south of Mont Blanc, north ...

                                               

Promontorium Heraclides

Promontorium Heraclides is a raised mountainous cape situated in Mare Imbrium on the near side of the Moon. Its selenographic coordinates are 40.3° N, 33.2° W and it is 50 km in diameter. It marks the western edge of the bay of Sinus Iridum. Prom ...

                                               

Promontorium Laplace

Promontorium Laplace is a raised mountainous cape situated at the end of Montes Jura in Mare Imbrium on the near side of the Moon. Its selenographic coordinates are 46.8° N, 25.5° W and it is 2600 meters high. It forms the northeast boundary of t ...

                                               

Montes Pyrenaeus

Montes Pyrenaeus is a mountain range on the Moon. The range begins at the southwestern rim of the flooded crater Gutenberg at the northern end and extends southward bordering the eastern edge of Mare Nectaris. To allow it had in the coordinates o ...

                                               

Montes Riphaeus

Montes Riphaeus is an irregular range of lunar mountains that lie along the west-northwestern edge of Mare Cognitum, on the southeastern edge of Oceanus Procellarum. The range trends generally from north-northeast to south-southwest. It includes ...

                                               

Montes Rook

Montes Rook is a ring-shaped mountain range that lies along the western limb of the Moon, crossing over to the far side. It completely encircles the Mare Orientale, and forms part of a massive impact basin feature. This range in turn is encircled ...

                                               

Montes Secchi

Montes Secchi is a minor range of lunar mountains located near the northwestern edge of Mare Fecunditatis. This roughly linear formation of low ridges grazes the northwestern outer rim of the crater Secchi, the formation from which this range gai ...

                                               

Mount Marilyn

Mount Marilyn is a lunar mountain within the Montes Secchi, which separate Mare Fecunditatis to the east from Mare Tranquillitatis to the west. It was named at about the time of the Apollo 8 mission to the Moon in 1968 by astronaut Jim Lovell for ...

                                               

Montes Spitzbergen

Montes Spitzbergen is a solitary mountain chain in the eastern Mare Imbrium of the Moon. They are located about a crater diameter to the north of the prominent flooded crater Archimedes. To allow it had in the coordinates of the range 35.0° n, 5. ...

                                               

Promontorium Taenarium

Promontorium Taenarium is a headland on the near side of the Moon. It is located in the eastern end of Mare Nubium. Its length is about 70 km. Its coordinates are 18°39′0″S 7°28′24″W. Name Taenarium the Cape was first used by Johannes Hevelius in ...

                                               

Montes Taurus

Montes Taurus is a rugged, jumbled mountainous region on the Moon. It is located to the east of the Mare Serenitatis, in the northeastern quadrant of the Moons near side. Coordinates of their center are 27.32°N 40.34°E  / 27.32, 40.34 , and the ...

                                               

Montes Teneriffe

Montes Teneriffe is a range on the northern part of the Moons near side. It was named after Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands. This range is in the Northern part of Imbrium, to the southwest of the crater Plato. Montes clearly lie within a diam ...

                                               

Mons Usov

Mons Usov is a small lunar mountain that is located in the southeastern part of the Mare Crisium, to the north of the crater Firmicus, west of Concorcet crater, and northwest of Promontorium Agarum. It is essentially a part of the mountainous rim ...

                                               

Mons Vinogradov

Mons Vinogradov is a rugged massif that is located on the lunar mare where Oceanus Procellarum to the southwest joins Mare Imbrium to the east. There are three primary peaks in this formation, which rise to altitudes of 1.0–1.4 km above the surfa ...

                                               

Mons Vitruvius

Mons Vitruvius is a mountain on the Moon that is located in the Montes Taurus region just to the north of Mare Tranquillitatis and to the southeast of Mare Serenitatis. This massif is located at selenographic coordinates of 19.4° N, 30.8° E, and ...

                                               

Ozza Mons

Ozza Mons is an inactive volcano on planet Venus near the equator. Four temporary variable surface lesions detected in the zone Ganiki Chashma fault near volcanoes, Ozza Mons and Maat Mons in 2015, and suggestive of modern volcanic activity. Howe ...

                                               

Skadi Mons

Skadi Mons is a mountain on Venus in Maxwell Montes, at the center of Ishtar Terra. It is the highest point of the planet with an altitude of about 10.700 meters above the mean planetary radius.

                                               

Dorsa Argentea Formation

The Dorsa Argentea Formation is thought to be a large system of eskers that were under an ancient ice cap in the south polar region of Mars. The ancient ice cap was at least twice the size of the present ice cap and may have been 1500–2000 meters ...

                                               

Gigas Sulci

Gigas Sulci is an area of subparallel furrows and ridges in the Tharsis quadrangle of Mars, located at 10°N 127.8°W  / 10, -127.8. It is 398 km across and was named after a classical albedo feature name. The term "sulci" is applied to subparalle ...

                                               

Lycus Sulci

Lycus Sulci is a feature in the Amazonis quadrangle on Mars, with its location centered at 24.6° north latitude and 141.1° west longitude. It is 1.350 km long and is named after a classical albedo feature name. The term "sulci" is applied to subp ...

                                               

Phlegra Dorsa

Phlegra Dorsa is a region in the Amazonis quadrangle of Mars located at 25.08 N and 170.37 E. It is 2818.61 km across and was named for classical albedo feature. The classic feature meant "burning plain, it was a place in Chalcidian Peninsula of ...

                                               

Sulci Gordii

Sulci Gordii in the feature in the Tharsis quadrangle of Mars. Sulci is a term used for subparallel furrows and ridges. It is located at 18.9° north latitude and 125.5° west longitude. It is 400 km long and was named after a classical albedo feat ...

                                               

Dorsa Aldrovandi

Dorsa Aldrovandi is a wrinkle ridge system at 23.6°N 28.7°E  / 23.6, 28.7 in Mare Serenitatis on the Moon. It is about 127 km long and was named after the 16th century Italian naturalist Ulisse Aldrovandi. The north end of the feature is at the ...

                                               

Dorsa Andrusov

Dorsa Andrusov is a wrinkle ridge system at 1.0°S 57.0°E  / -1.0, 57.0 in Mare Fecunditatis on the Moon. It is 160 km in diameter and was named after Soviet geologist Nicolai Ivanovich Andrusov in 1976 by the IAU. The range starts at Dorsa Geiki ...

                                               

Dorsum Arduino

Dorsum Arduino is a wrinkle-ridge at 24.9°N 35.8°W  / 24.9, -35.8 in the border region between Oceanus Procellarum and Mare Imbrium on the Moon. It is 100 km long and was named after Italian geologist Giovanni Arduino in 1976.

                                               

Dorsa Argand

Dorsa Argand is a wrinkle ridge system at 28.1°N 40.6°W  / 28.1, -40.6 on the Moon, in Oceanus Procellarum near the border with Mare Imbrium. It is approximately 92 km long and was named after Swiss geologist Emile Argand in 1976. The name of th ...

                                               

Dorsum Azara

Dorsum Azara is a wrinkle ridge at 26.7°N 19.2°E  / 26.7, 19.2 in Mare Serenitatis on the Moon. It is 103 km long and was named after Spanish naturalist Felix Manuel de Azara in 1976.

                                               

Dorsa Barlow

Dorsa Barlow is a wrinkle ridge system on the Moon, in Mare Tranquilitatis near the border with Mare Serenitatis, centered at 14.0°N 30.6°E  / 14.0, 30.6. It is about 110 km long and was named after British crystallographer William Barlow in 1976.

                                               

Dorsum Bucher

Dorsum Bucher is a wrinkle ridge at 31.0°N 39.0°W  / 31.0, -39.0 in the border region between Oceanus Procellarum and Mare Imbrium on the Moon. The name of the feature was approved by the IAU in 1976. It is approximately 85 km long, extending fr ...

                                               

Dorsum Buckland

Dorsum Buckland is a large wrinkle ridge at 20.4°N 12.8°E  / 20.4, 12.8 in Mare Serenitatis on the Moon, 369 km long. It was named after British geologist William Buckland in 1976. Top Auckland high ranges from 200 to 300 meters and was formed o ...

                                               

Dorsa Burnet

Dorsa Burnet are wrinkle ridges at 28.4°N 57.0°W  / 28.4, -57.0 in Oceanus Procellarum on the Moon. They are about 194 km long and were named after Thomas Burnet by the IAU in 1976. In the doors closer to the South-Western end of Montes Agricola ...

                                               

Dorsa Cato

Dorsa Cato is a wrinkle ridge at 1.0°N 47.0°E  / 1.0, 47.0 on the Moon. It is approximately 130 km long and was named after the ancient Roman senator and historian Cato the Elder in 1976 by the IAU. The Dors are located North of the famous Messi ...

                                               

Dorsum Cayeux

Dorsum Cayeux is a wrinkle ridge at 1.6°N 51.2°E  / 1.6, 51.2 in Mare Fecunditatis on the Moon. It is approximately 95 km long and was named after French geologist Lucien Cayeux in 1976 by the IAU. Top Kaye starts on the North side of the crater ...

                                               

Dorsum Cloos

Dorsum Cloos is a wrinkle-ridge at 1.0°N 91.0°E  / 1.0, 91.0 in Mare Smythii on the Moon. It is 103 km long and was named after German geologist Hans Cloos in 1976.

                                               

Dorsum Cushman

Dorsum Cushman is a wrinkle ridge at 1.0°N 49.0°E  / 1.0, 49.0 in Mare Fecunditatis on the Moon. It is 86 km long and was named after American micropaleontologist Joseph Augustine Cushman in 1976.

                                               

Dorsa Dana

Dorsa Dana is a wrinkle ridge at 3.0°N 90.0°E  / 3.0, 90.0 in Mare Smythii on the Moon. It is 82 km long and was named after American geologist James Dwight Dana in 1976.

                                               

Dorsa Ewing

Dorsa Ewing is a wrinkle ridge at 10.2°S 39.4°W  / -10.2, -39.4 in Oceanus Procellarum on the Moon. It is 262 km long and was named after American geophysicist William Maurice Ewing. Owned by Mrs. D.V.L and Mr. Y.N.Y since the 3rd of September 2017.

                                               

Dorsum Gast

Dorsum Gast is a wrinkle ridge at 24.0°N 9.0°E  / 24.0, 9.0 in Mare Serenitatis on the Moon. It is 65 km long and was named after American geochemist and geologist Paul Werner Gast in 1973.

                                               

Dorsa Geikie

Dorsa Geikie is a wrinkle ridge at 4.6°S 52.5°E  / -4.6, 52.5 in Mare Fecunditatis on the Moon. It is approximately 220 km long and was named after Scottish geologist Sir Archibald Geikie in 1976 by the IAU.

                                               

Dorsum Grabau

Dorsum Grabau is a wrinkle ridge at 29.4°N 15.9°W  / 29.4, -15.9 north of Timocharis crater in Mare Imbrium on the Moon. It is 124 km long and was named after American paleontologist Amadeus William Grabau in 1976.

                                               

Dorsum Guettard

Dorsum Guettard is a wrinkle-ridge at 10.0°S 18.0°W  / -10.0, -18.0 in Mare Cognitum on the Moon. It is 40 km long and was named after French geologist and mineralogist Jean-Etienne Guettard in 1976.

                                               

Dorsa Harker

Dorsa Harker is a wrinkle ridge at 14.5°N 64.0°E  / 14.5, 64.0 in Mare Crisium on the Moon. It is 213 km long and was named after Alfred Harker, an English petrologist, in 1976.

                                               

Dorsum Heim

Dorsum Heim is a wrinkle ridge at 32.0°N 29.8°W  / 32.0, -29.8 in Mare Imbrium on the Moon. It is 148 km long and was named after Swiss geologist Albert Heim in 1976.

                                               

Dorsum Higazy

Dorsum Higazy is a wrinkle ridge at 28.0°N 17.0°W  / 28.0, -17.0 in Mare Imbrium on the Moon. It is 63 km long and was named after Egyptian geologist Riad Higazy in 1976.

                                               

Dorsa Lister

Dorsa Lister is a wrinkle ridge system at 20.3°N 23.8°E  / 20.3, 23.8 on the Moon, in southern Mare Serenitatis. It is 180 km in diameter and was named after English naturalist and physician Martin Lister in 1976.

                                               

Dorsa Mawson

Dorsa Mawson is a wrinkle ridge system at 7.0°S 53.0°E  / -7.0, 53.0 in Mare Fecunditatis on the Moon. It is approximately 143 km long and was named after Antarctic explorer Douglas Mawson in 1979 by the IAU. In the southern part of the ridge ne ...

                                               

Dorsum Nicol

Dorsum Nicol is a wrinkle ridge on the Moon at 18.0°N 23.0°E  / 18.0, 23.0 in Mare Serenitatis near the border of Mare Tranquilitatis. It is 44 km long and was named after Scottish physicist William Nicol in 1976. South of the back of the Nicol ...

                                               

Dorsum Niggli

Dorsum Niggli is a wrinkle ridge at 29.0°N 52.0°W  / 29.0, -52.0 in Oceanus Procellarum on the Moon. It is 50 km long and was named after Paul Niggli in 1976.

                                               

Dorsum Oppel

Dorsum Oppel is a wrinkle ridge at 18.7°N 52.6°E  / 18.7, 52.6 in Mare Crisium on the Moon. It is 298 km long and was named after the German paleontologist Albert Oppel in 1976. The ridge trends North from the crater Yerkes. Pearse and swift cra ...

                                               

Dorsum Owen

Dorsum Owen is a wrinkle ridge at 25.0°N 11.0°E  / 25.0, 11.0 in Mare Serenitatis on the Moon. It is 33 km long and was named after British geologist George Owen of Henllys in 1976.

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