This project is made with images taken at Yerkes Observatory with the 24 inch telescope April 8th of 2006. You can match up these images, and tape them together to create a mosaic of the terminator. You might be interested in researching the craters and their names. Or maybe you would rather assign the craters names of your own, describing the features of each and how they compare to one another.
The terminator on the moon is defined as the line which separates day and night. It is the part of the moon that will show the most detail of the craters because the shadows are long, sharpening the features of crater rims and peaks.
Pictured here are each of the images for the section along the terminator. If you click on any picture you will see a larger view.
All of these pictures are in a pdf file or a doc file. You might laminate the images, cut them out, and tape or write the name of each on the back. Then you can use them over and over again.
You can also download the fts images to use with image processing software. You can also find these images in fts format in the Hands-On Universe database for the Yerkes 24 inch telescope on April 8, 2006.