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Nasa Technical Report Nasa Tr R-277 Chronological Catalog of Reported Lunar Events From 1540 to 1966

Nasa Technical Report Nasa Tr R-277 Chronological Catalog of Reported Lunar Events From 1540 to 1966

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RARE RARE RARE TO FIND ! ! !
CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING OF LUNAR EVENTS (Including Unexplained FOR the People)
RARE RARE RARE TO FIND ! ! !
CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING OF LUNAR EVENTS (Including Unexplained FOR the People)

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B.
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J.
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BURLEY
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CHRONOLOGICAL
LISTING
OF
LUNAR
EVENTS
B.
M.
KddlehurstLunar and
Planetary
LaboratoryUniversity of
Arizona
Tucson
and
J.
M.
BurleyLaboratory
for
Theoretical Studies
NASA
Goddard Space Flight CenterGreenbelt, Maryland
 
CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING OF LUNAR EVENTS
bY
B.
M.
Middlehurst and
J.
M.
BurleyINTRODUCTIONThe catalogue of
lunar
events which follows contains
all
information avail-able to the authors
up
to
April
15,
1966.
Column
1
gives
a
running number,column
2
the
date
of occurrence, column
3
the site and duration of the event,column
4
a
short description
of
the phenomenon, column
5
the name(s) of
the
observer or observers, and column
6
the number of the reference. The
refer-
ences
are
listed following the catalogue.A
lunar
event may
be
defined here as
a
temporary change in the appearanceof
a
lunar
feature,
involving
a
limited area (in most
cases,
of dimensions of
a
few
kilometers)
of
the lunar surface.
For
the sake
of
easy reference, however,reports of so-called luminescence, marked with
a
double asterisk, have beenincluded in the catalogue, although in two
cases
these involve rather larger
areas
of the moon (Catalogue Nos.
195
and
200).
The
list
of
lunar
events
is
as
complete
as
we
have been able
to
make
it.
Final
revisions
will
involve checking
of
the remaining primary references,
a
few
of which
we
still
have
to
find.We have not used reports of events which, for one reason or another
(e.
g., through special lighting
effects,
multiple reflections, and changes ofappearance caused by libration), were considered to be spurious. No reportsof apparently permanent changes are included. Many have been reported for
sites
such
as
Messier,
Lime/, and
Bartlett,
but in most cases, the evidence for
real
change
is
not conclusive.
We
wish
to
record with gratitude help given by
Miss
B. Welther
and
Dr.
G.
Fielder in locating many old papers unavailable in Tucson,
and
thecontribution of data by
Drs.
J.
Larink,
J.
O'Keefe, and
P.
Treanor,
S.
J.,
Mrs.
W.
Cameron and especially by
P.
Moore.
E.
Whitaker has kindly checkedthe evaluation of doubtful
cases.
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