from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A student of selenography; one who occupies himself with the study of the moon, and especially with its physiography.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One skilled in selenography.
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- noun a person who
chartsthe moon's surface
- noun a person who studies
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Barbicane knew this opinion of the German selenographer, an opinion shared by Boeer and Moedler.
Straight Wall, and the small mountain close by named after Birt, the well-known selenographer.
In 1912, Horbiger teamed up with an amateur selenographer, Phillip Fauth (who has a moon crater named after him).