Montes Riphaeus ( latin for "Riphaeus Mountains") 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 a number of slender ridge lines with valleys flooded by intruding flows of lava. ...more on Wikipedia about "Montes Riphaeus"
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 by the larger Montes Cordillera, which is separated from the Montes Rook by a rugged, ring-shaped plain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Montes Rook"
Montes Secchi ( latin for "Secchi Mountains") is minor range of lunar mountains that are located near the northwestern edge of Mare Fecunditatis. This roughly linear formation of low ridges grazes the northwestern outer rim of Secchi crater, the formation from which this range gained its name. (The crater is named for Pietro Secchi, a 19th century Italian astronomer.) The ridges trend from southwest to northeast. ...more on Wikipedia about "Montes Secchi"
Montes Spitzbergen ( latin for "Spitzbergen Mountains") 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 Archimedes crater. ...more on Wikipedia about "Montes Spitzbergen"
Montes Taurus is a rugged, jumbled mountainous region on the Moon. These peaks are located on a highland region to the east of the Mare Serenitatis, in the northeastern quadrant of the Moon's near side. The selenographic coordinates of this range are 28.4° N, 41.1° E, and they have a diameter of 172 km. Some of the peaks within the range achieve heights of 3.0 km. ...more on Wikipedia about "Montes Taurus"
Montes Teneriffe is a range on the northern part of the Moon's near side. It was named after Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands. ...more on Wikipedia about "Montes Teneriffe"
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