On the edge of the Taurus mountains,
the curiously domed hill containing Gardner,
between Vitruvius and the ghost crater Maraldi D,
stands isolated, like a much larger Rumker on a smooth plain.
However, in later chart perusal, I'm not sure I found it. It appears to be exactly where Littrow B (now, I think, called Clerke) sits, but the rille structure on the charts only looks sort of like what I saw, and both maps indicate fairly slight rilles there, rather than the more distinct traces I saw.
This may simply be a case of the light bringing out contrast that is not usually there (much like the little craters in Plato last month); once again, we see these odd Transient Lunar Views that show up from time to time, making the whole moon new all over again...
|Chart 24||Moon-Lite Atlas for chart 25||Chart 26|