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  • Still, I think it's a decent representation of the lunar seas of the eastern hemisphere, starting with Mare Imbrium at the terminator, then as we go clockwise, Mare Serenitatis, Mare Tranquillitatis and the small Mare Nectaris, with the larger Mare Fecunditatis directly to the east and the circular Mare Crisium off there by its lonesome.

    Jayme Lynn Blaschke's Gibberish

  • The broad, flat area to the left is Mare Imbrium, and the one to the right is Mare Serenitatis.

    Jayme Lynn Blaschke's Gibberish

  • The large crater in the center of Mare Imbrium is Archimedes, with the smaller craters to the right Autolycus and Aristillus, in order.

    Jayme Lynn Blaschke's Gibberish

  • Irene had come to know Mare Imbrium as a night mare, but now Imbri had become the bearer of the dreams of the day, which were much more pleasant.

    Dragon on a Pedestal

  • He moved his fingers to a point near the equator and somewhat east of meridian " the point where three great dark areas merged, Mare Nubium, Mare Imbrium, Oceanus Procellarun " and picked out two bright splotches surrounded, also, by rays, but shorter, less distinct, and wavy.

    The Worlds Of Robert A Heinlein

  • Who had not seen that dusty scar in the Mare Imbrium, with its gleaming metal pylon and the plaque that announced in the three official languages of Earth:

    The Wind from The Sun

  • Sweeping around from the Mare Imbrium, the plains were less smooth.

    Brigands of the Moon

  • Grantline camp: its location off the Mare Imbrium -- hidden in a cavern there.

    Brigands of the Moon

  • We had been following him toward the Mare Imbrium.

    Brigands of the Moon

  • An hour had passed since we turned from the borders of Mare Imbrium.

    Brigands of the Moon

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