Some striking features on the (9.1-day-old) Moon
In the North we see Plato, the big crater just south of Mare Frigoris (Rukl 3). South of Plato, in Mare Imbrium, several mountains can be detected, Mons Pico and Montes Teneriffe among them (Rukl 11). Across Mare Imbrium, on the southern edge, just behind the Montes Carpatus, lies another big crater near the terminator, Copernicus (Rukl 31). If you go further to the south from Copernicus to the next crater visible on the terminator (Bullialdus), you will be crossing three Mares, Mare Insulanum (Rukl 31/42), Mare Cognitum (Rukl 42) and finally Mare Nubium (Rukl 53/54). In Mare Nubium, near the terminator the outline of Bullialdus is visible, with Bullialdus A and B just to the south of the crater rim.
The Lunar surface south of Mare Nubium is heavily cratered. Near the terminator, from North to South, we see Wilhelm, Montanari and Longomontanus (Rukl 64/72). To the west of Wilhelm lies Tycho with its central peak clearly visible. A bit further south from Longomontanus lies Clavius (Rukl 72) with its cratered floor. To the southwest of Clavius the outline of Blancanus is visible. To the southeast (Rukl 73) you can see Gruemberger, Moretus, Short and the outline of Newton.