ANOTHER STRANGE IMAGE NEAR THE BRASHEAR CRATER ON THE MOON DISCOVERED BY KEN PFEIFER
There are 8,986 IAU-approved names in use on the Moon. These names are of various feature types: catenae, craters, dorsa, fossae, lacūs, landing site names, maria, montes, oceanus, paludes, planitiae, promontoria, rimae, rupēs, lettered craters (called “satellite features” in the Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature), sinūs, and valles. The maps shown here include only names that are formally approved by the IAU and are currently in use. The lettered crater names included in the Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature, and therefore in this atlas, are found in the definitive source “NASA Catalogue of Lunar Nomenclature” (NASA Reference Publication 1097). Over the decades, many informal names have been used on the Moon and some IAU-approved names have been officially changed. Informal names and names that have been changed are not shown. Cross references between these old and new names have been noted in the “origin” field of the gazetteer. This is not a complete record of cross references, only those discovered during the research for these maps.
These maps are kept up-to-date. As new names are approved by the IAU, they will be added to the maps. If a name is dropped, it will be removed, and if a feature is renamed, the new name will replace the old name. Whenever there is a change to the lunar portion of the Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature, that change will be shown on the corresponding map, and a revision date will be added to the map. Changes to the gazetteer listings are recorded in the “News” section on the title page of the gazetteer.
The below markings on the moon, near the Brashear crater was discovered by Ken Pfeifer on 9-15-12 4:23 PM EST. I feel this in not the cropping of two photos together but it may be the marking and laying of a foundation for a wall on the Moon. If the Great Wall of China was possible then anything is possible.