Visibility IV / V
The company draws Cleomedes in the evening light. The observation weather was really good by November! The bottom of the C is clearly convex, and the Tralles that hit the northwest edge have pushed the masses to the bottom of the big crater. The three-pointed central mountain of C rises to a height of almost a kilometer. Rima Cleomedes did not stand out until it was drawn, instead Rima Burckhardt stood out in the same direction. The latter begins at the southern edge of Geminus. Burckhardt is characterized by its ears, with two older craters centrally below it.