Moon - Rimae Agrippa - Bognár Tamás - Zákány
Moon – Rimae Agrippa – Bognár Tamás – Zákány

Also known as: Rimae Ariadaeus (Agrippa)
Date/time: 2008.02.13 UT 16:10
Equipment: 76/900 Newtonian
Magnification and filter(s): 118x
Seeing: 7/10 Transparency: 3/5
Humidity: low
Wind: none
Location: Zákány, Hungary N46°14′ 59,2″ E16°57′ 15,3″
Observer: Bognár Tamás

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Rima Ariadaeus is a linear rille on the Moon at 6.4°N 14.0°E. It is named after the crater Ariadaeus, which marks its eastern end. Over 300 kilometers long, it is thought to have been formed when a section of the Moon’s crust sank down between two parallel fault lines (making it a graben or fault trough). It is a relatively young lunar feature, with few craters or other features overlying it.