The Lake of Dreams or Lake of Dreamers (Lacus Somniorum in Latin) is the largest of the lunar areas designated as "Lake". The center of it's selenographic coordinates is 38°N latitude and 29.2°E longitude. It is a "plain" with a diameter of 237 miles. To it's southwest, this plain connects to the Sea of Serenity through a wide gap that passes to the
north of the crater Posidonius. The first photo below is the Lake of Dreams. Following are two photos of Crater Posidonium. This crater is 58.6 miles in diameter, and has a depth of 1.42 miles. It's coordinates
are 31.8°N 29.9°E. It is on the southern edge of the Lake of Dreams, and on the western edge of the Sea of Serenity. Note that it's floor is fractured. The last photo is of the mysterious floor of the Lake.
One of it's spectacular attractions is the large Crater
Daniell, which is oval shaped with a width of 14.2
miles and a north to south length of 18.5 miles.
It's center coordinates are 35.3°N latitude and
To the southeast of Crater Daniell, is the monolithic
Crater Posidonius, with it's straight up towering walls
which can be seen for many miles. The plains area
inside Posidonius is 58.64 miles in diameter, and
has a depth of 1.42 miles. Posidomius is on the
northern edge of the Lake of Dreams, with center
coordinates of 31.8°N latitude and 29.9°E longitude.
To the north of the Crater Daniell lies the Crater
Grove, near the northern edge of the Posidonius
formation. Grove has a diameter of 17.27 miles
and a depth of 1.48 miles. It's coordinates are
40.3°N latitude and 32.9°E longitude. The Lake
of Dreams is situated in the northeastern sector
of the near side of the moon. These smaller,
unique craters offer an excellent opportunity for
sightseeing and as well as for the exploration
of mining in the near future.
STAKE YOUR CLAIM AND HAVE IT REGISTERED NOW!
Photo #1 is the Lake of Dreams
Photo #2 is the Posidonius Crater
Photo #3 is the Posidonius Crater
Photo #4 is the Crater Daniell
Photo #5 are the Craters Hercules and Atlas