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"Aristillus" is a composition.
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Aristillus is a prominent lunar impact crater that lies in the eastern Mare Imbrium. Directly to the south is the smaller crater Autolycus, while to the southwest is the large Archimedes. The area of mare to the southwest is named the Sinus Lunicus. To the northeast are the craters Theaetetus and Cassini.
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by Peter Grego
Aristillus is a splendid crater, slightly polygonal in outline, with a broad inner wall that displays well-developed terracing, and a nice compact cluster of central mountains that rise above a smooth floor. The northeastern inner wall is marked by a ...
Universe, Stars and Galaxies (2016)
Astronomy, Extragalactic astronomy by CTI Reviews
Aristillus is a prominent lunar impact crater that lies in the eastern Mare Imbrium. Directly to the south is the smaller crater Autolycus, while to the southwest is the large Archimedes. The area of mare to the southwest is named the Sinus Lunicus ...
Moon Observer's Guide (2004)
by Peter Grego
Aristillus is a classic impact crater, with wide inner walls displaying well-defined terracing, and a flattish floor dominated by a large central group of mountains. Rising to heights of 900 meters, the central peaks catch the morning sunlight before ...
The Moon in Close-up (2010)
A Next Generation Astronomer's Guide by John Wilkinson
Aristillus is a 55 km diameter crater on the eastern side of Mare Imbrium. It forms a trio of craters with Archimedes and Autolycus. It is 3.6 km deep with terraced walls and three central peaks that rise to about 1 km above the crater floor.
Aristillus and Timocharis. Arístarchus. Archimedes. Apollonius. Hipparchus. Ptolemy. . Albategni. Ibn-Junis. Ulugh Begh. Purbach. Fabricius in the Bibliotheca Graeca. In this it is mentioned that the axes of the ecliptic and equator are separated ...
Encyclopedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm
Aristillus. V E 10. Autolycus. II. Archimedes. 12. llaulius Caesar. . Mare lmbrium. \V L. Oceanus Procellarum. M . Mare Vaporum. N. " Humorum. I3. oscovich. O. " Nubium. I4. Copernicus. 15.
Comprising an Explanation of Terms and Principles of Pure and Mixed Mathematics, and Such Branches of Natural Philosophy as are Susceptible of Mathematical Investigation. With Historical Sketches of the Rise, Progress and Present State of the Several Departments of These Sciences, and an Account of the Discoveries and Writings of the Most Celebrated Authors, Both Ancient and Modern by Peter Barlow
and optics Aratus, Gr, poet and astronomy Aristillus, Gr. philos. and astron. Nicomedes, Gr. conchoid Vitruvius, Roman, architecture Menelaus, Rom. spherical ...
by Abraham Rees
The chief Alexandrian philosophers were Euclid, the famous geometer, the two ancient astronomers, Aristillus and Timocharis, Eratosthenes, Apollonius Pergaeus, Conon, Hipparchus, Ctesibius, Heron, Posidonius, Pappus, Theon, Hypathia ...
A Comprehensive Reference Book
Its work was begun by fices in England, but entering the order Aristillus, and continued by Timocharis, of the Cordeliers, the latter and more dis- Hipparchus, Aristarchus, and others. The tinguished part of ...
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