Invitation 1

Selecting Binoculars 2

Your Observatory 5

How to Find the Moon 6

The Man in the Moon and Other Features 1

How the Moon Behaves 32

Selenography 38

A Month with the Moon 77

One-Day Moon 80

Two-Day Moon 81

Three-Day Moon 85

Four-Day Moon 86

Five-Day Moon 88

Six-Day Moon 93

Seven-Day Moon 95

Eight-Day Moon 101

Nine-Day Moon 108

Ten-Day Moon 114

Eleven-Day Moon 118

Twelve-Day Moon 126

Thirteen-Day Moon 130

Fourteen-Day Moon 135 Fifteen-Day Moon 137 Sixteen-Seventeen-Dav Moon 144 Eighteen-Day Moon 148 2 Nineteen-Day Moon 152 Twenty-Day Moon 154 Twenty-One-Day Moon 158 Twenty-Two-Day Moon 168 Tvventy-Three-Day Moon 173 Twenty-Four-Dav Moon 176 Twenty-Five-Day Moon 178 Twenty-Six-Day Moon 179 Twenty-Seven-Day Moon 181 Twenty-Eight-Day Moon 184 The New World of Tomorrow 186 The Charts 189 The Gazetteer 191 Reference Books 205 Index 207

Lunar Photographs Supplement 213

Ranger 7 gave man his first close look at the moon on July 31, 1964. It returned this early view of lunar terrain at 8:10 A.M. EST, televised by camera B when the space craft was 1240 miles above the plain on which it crashed 16 minutes and 2 seconds later. The area shown measures 275 miles from left to right and 213 miles from top to bottom. The craters on the right are foreshortened by low-camera angle. The black corner marks that divide the picture into small squares reveal any artificial distortion that may have been introduced.

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