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Feature NameLatitudeLongitudeDiameter (km)Origin
Mare Anguis22.667.7150"Serpent Sea".
Mare Australe-38.993603"Southern Sea".
Mare Cognitum-10-23.1376"Sea that has become known". Ranger VII impact site.
Mare Crisium1759.1418"Sea of Crises".
Mare Fecunditatis-7.851.3909"Sea of Fecundity".
Mare Frigoris561.41,596"Sea of Cold".
Mare Humboldtianum56.881.5273Humboldt, Alexander von; German natural historian (1769-1859).
Mare Humorum-24.4-38.6389"Sea of Moisture".
Mare Imbrium32.8-15.61,123"Sea of Showers".
Mare Ingenii-33.7163.5318"Sea of Cleverness".
Mare Insularum7.5-30.9513"Sea of Islands".
Mare Marginis13.386.1420"Sea of the Edge".
Mare Moscoviense27.3147.9277"Sea of Muscovy".
Mare Nectaris-15.235.5333"Sea of Nectar".
Mare Nubium-21.3-16.6715"Sea of Clouds".
Mare Orientale-19.4-92.8327Eastern sea
Mare Serenitatis2817.5707"Sea of Serenity".
Mare Smythii1.387.5373Smyth, William Henry; British astronomer (1788-1865).
Mare Spumans1.165.1139"Foaming Sea".
Mare Tranquillitatis8.531.4873"Sea of Tranquility".
Mare Undarum6.868.4243"Sea of Waves".
Mare Vaporum13.33.6245"Sea of Vapors".