Tycho is a prominent lunar impact crater located in the southern lunar highlands, named after the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe. It is estimated to be 108 million years old. To the south of Tycho is the crater Street, to the east is Pictet, to the north-northeast is Sasserides; the surface around Tycho is replete with craters of various sizes, many overlapping still older craters. Some of the smaller craters are secondary craters formed from larger chunks of ejecta from Tycho, it is one of the Moon's brightest craters, with a diameter of 85 km and a depth of 4,800 m. Tycho is a young crater, with an estimated age of 108 million years, based on analysis of samples of the crater ray recovered during the Apollo 17 mission; this age suggested that the impactor may have been a member of the Baptistina family of asteroids, but as the composition of the impactor is unknown this remained conjecture. However, this possibility was ruled out by the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer in 2011, as it was discovered that the Baptistina family was produced much than expected, having formed 80 million years ago.
The crater is defined, unlike older craters that have been degraded by subsequent impacts. The interior has a high albedo, prominent when the Sun is overhead, the crater is surrounded by a distinctive ray system forming long spokes that reach as long as 1,500 kilometers. Sections of these rays can be observed when Tycho is illuminated only by earthlight. Due to its prominent rays, Tycho is mapped as part of the Copernican System; the ramparts beyond the rim have a lower albedo than the interior for a distance of over a hundred kilometers, are free of the ray markings that lie beyond. This darker rim may have been formed from minerals excavated during the impact, its inner wall is slumped and terraced, sloping down to a rough but nearly flat floor exhibiting small, knobby domes. The floor displays signs of past volcanism, most from rock melt caused by the impact. Detailed photographs of the floor show that it is covered in a criss-crossing array of cracks and small hills; the central peaks rise 1,600 meters above the floor, a lesser peak stands just to the northeast of the primary massif.
Infrared observations of the lunar surface during an eclipse have demonstrated that Tycho cools at a slower rate than other parts of the surface, making the crater a "hot spot". This effect is caused by the difference in materials; the rim of this crater was chosen as the target of the Surveyor 7 mission. The robotic spacecraft safely touched down north of the crater in January 1968; the craft performed chemical measurements of the surface, finding a composition different from the maria. From this, one of the main components of the highlands was theorized to be anorthosite, an aluminium-rich mineral; the crater was imaged in great detail by Lunar Orbiter 5. From the 1950s through the 1990s, NASA aerodynamicist Dean Chapman and others advanced the lunar origin theory of tektites. Chapman used complex orbital computer models and extensive wind tunnel tests to support the theory that the so-called Australasian tektites originated from the Rosse ejecta ray of Tycho; until the Rosse ray is sampled, a lunar origin for these tektites cannot be ruled out.
This crater was drawn on lunar maps as early as 1645, when Antonius Maria Schyrleus de Rheita depicted the bright ray system. Tycho is named after the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe. Like many of the craters on the Moon's near side, it was given its name by the Jesuit astronomer Giovanni Riccioli, whose 1651 nomenclature system has become standardized. Earlier lunar cartographers had given the feature different names. Pierre Gassendi named it Umbilicus Lunaris. Michael van Langren's 1645 map calls it "Vladislai IV" after King of Poland, and Johannes Hevelius named it'Mons Sinai' after Mount Sinai. By convention, these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint, closest to Tycho. There is a chapter entitled "Tycho" in Jules Verne's Around the Moon which describes the crater and its ray system. Tycho was the location of the Tycho Magnetic Anomaly, subsequent excavation of an alien monolith, in 2001: A Space Odyssey, the seminal science-fiction film by Stanley Kubrick and book by Arthur C.
Clarke. It serves as the location of "Tycho City" in Star Trek: First Contact. In the film Can't Buy Me Love, Cindy notices Tycho while looking through a telescope on her final "contractual" date with Ronny in the Airplane Graveyard. In Robert A. Heinlein's book The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress, Tycho is the location of the lunar habitat "Tycho Under". In Jack Williamson's novel Terraforming Earth, the crater is utilized for "Tycho Base", a self-sustaining, robot-controlled installation aimed at restoring life to the planet Earth after an asteroid sterilizes the biosphere. In Heinlein's short story "Blowups Happen", a character hypothesizes that Tycho may have been the location of a sentient race's main atomic power plant, in a past time when the Moon was still habitable—and that the plant exploded, causing the craters, the rays spreading from Tycho, the death of all life on the Moon. Clifford Simak set a novelette The Trouble with Tycho, at the lunar crater, he postulated that the crater's rays were composed of volcanic glass akin to a theory postulated by NASA researchers Dean Chapman and John O'Keefe in the 1970s.
Crater Tycho figures prominently in the Matthew Looney and Maria Looney series of children's books set on the Moon, authored by Jerome Beatty. In Roger Macbride Allen's Hunted Earth series of novels, the Naked
Kimrie Denise Lewis is an American actress and writer. She is best known for her recurring role as reporter Ashley Davidson on Scandal, she stars on the ABC comedy Single Parents, playing single mom Poppy Banks. Kimrie Lewis was born in Los Angeles, the daughter of Carol, a news executive producer, William, a news sound engineer and cameraman, she was raised in South Los Angeles. Her mother's family is of African American origin, her father's ancestry includes Native American. Through her father, she is the great-niece of jazz bassist Charles Mingus, she graduated from New York University Tisch School of the Arts, with a B. A. in Theatre. Lewis recurred as reporter Ashley on the ABC television series Scandal, she appeared as Meg in Peeples with Craig Robinson and David Alan Grier. She recurred in the ABC Family drama series Chasing Life as Madeline, she has appeared in several commercials including for McDonald's, Sherwin-Williams, Country Music Television. In August 2016, TV Line reported that Lewis would guest star in season 5 of the Hulu comedy The Mindy Project.
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This is part of Joe's plan. Alice, distraught at the break-up, is found injured after a drunken car crash near where she and Joe first consummated their love, dies shortly afterwards. Room at the Top concludes with Joe drunkenly attempting to cope with remorse over Alice’s death and his successful scheme to marry upwards, he is reassured that nobody blames him for Alice's death – but he knows this is wrong, the book closes with him aware of his conscience, forced to live with his guilt and his responsibility for what has happened. Man at the Top, a 1970 TV series featuring Joe Lampton in life
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