Many maps and atlases of the Moon have been produced over the centuries. Two are mentioned here for comparison with the one under review. The first is the Consolidated Lunar Atlas(1967) which is unique, first because all the telescopic plates are hand-printed to a superb standard, and second because each area of the Moon is shown at a range of sun angles. Only a limited number of copies were produced and it has now become a collector’s item; it is still of value in lunar research and the plates are available on the internet. The second is The Times...

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