Known as Earth Shaker. Supposedly caused earthquakes.
"We got no troubles, life is the bubbles, under the sea"
If Neptune were hollow, it would contain nearly sixty Earths
Setting for Arthur C. Clarke's 1951 short story "The Sentinel"
Landing area of Soviet robotic probe 'Lunik 16' (1970)
Named for Alexander von Humboldt, German natural historian
Featured on an episode of the ancient U.S. TV series 'Time Tunnel'
The crater Posidonius sits on the northeast rim
One of only two mares named for people. William Henry Smyth, British astronomer (1788-1865)
Site of the first manned landing
Bordered on the right by the crater Manilius
Opened in 1876 (15.6 miles long)
1989 - Composed by Howard Ashman
Israel's largest freshwater lake
Which occurs when wind or currents displace the lighter surface water.
Samuel Eliot Morison, 1942