Whaddya know! It's rimae de Gasparis, a great fracture section around the crater of the same name, with a degree of complexity approaching that of Triesnecker. It's a bit harder to see, due to the rugged highland characteristics of the terrain, and the long shadows of the hills. But, as the night went by, some of this problem was releived as the shadows shrank. There is some definite crosshatching, and places where the rilles cross mountains and valleys, which makes the hunt both more difficult and more rewarding. Keep an eye out for this one!
|Moon-Lite Atlas for chart 51