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The X is visible only for a few hours before the first quarter, slightly below the lunar terminator. Near to the X, the Lunar V is also visible, formed by Ukert crater and several other small craters.
- Rice, Tony. "X marks the moon on Thursday night". WRAL.
- Harrington, Philip S. (2010). Cosmic challenge : the ultimate observing list for amateurs. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 1999. ISBN 0-521-89936-2.
- Chapman, David M.F. "The Lunar X Files: a fleeting vision near the crater Werner" (PDF). Willingboro Astronomical Society.
- Lunar X occurrences for 2013
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