Visibility IV / V
The company draws Fracastorius in late night lighting. It was formed on a 400 km diameter ring of the Nectaris basin, and tilted towards the sea due to the depression of lava. In a better picture and better lighting, an east-west slope stands out in the middle of the crater. On the north side of the channel, the lava is darker, and less cratered than in the south.
The Fracastorius, more than 120 km in diameter, is No. 21 on the Lunar100 catalog.