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Ancient Greeks on the Moon
Apollo Belvedere on an Apollo 17 mission patch of the last and most successful mission to the Moon in December 1972
Craters on the moon named after ancient Greeks. The area of these craters combined is larger than that of the area of Modern Greece!!
AGATHARCHIDES crater 


AGRIPPA crater 

ALEXANDER crater 

ANAXAGORAS crater Anaxagoras (500428) BC Astronomer 

ANAXIMANDER crater 

ANAXIMENES crater 

APOLLONIUS crater 53 km diameter Apollonius of Perga 3^{rd} century BC, mathematician 

ARATUS crater Aratus of Soli 

ARCHIMEDES crater The other two craters are Aristillus and Autolycus Archimedes (287212) BC 

ARCHYTAS crater Archytas, (428350/347) BC Mathematician 

ARISTARCHUS crater 

ARISTILLUS crater 

ARISTOTELES crater 

AUTOLYCUS crater 

BOETHIUS crater


CALLIPUS crater 

CLEOMEDES crater Astronomer (?50)BC 

CLEOSTRATUS crater 

CONON crater 

DEMOCRITUS crater Democritus (460360) BC Astronomer, Mathematician, Physicist 

DIONYSIUS crater 

DEMONAX crater 

DIOPHANTUS crater Mathematician 
Virtual Moon Atlas An Atlas of the Moon with information of Craters (plus a high resolution photographic texture from the Clementine probe)
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