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Montes Apenninus

[ mon-tuhs -ap-uh-nahy-nuhs ]
/ ˈmɒn təs ˌæp əˈnaɪ nəs /
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noun

a mountain range in the first and second quadrants of the visible face of the moon, forming the SE border of Mare Imbrium: about 600 miles (970 km) long.

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