The EVAC Lunar Observing Program acquaints us with that one object most amateurs take for granted - the Moon. This program is for everyone: deep sky observers waiting for dark skies, amateurs living in heavily light-polluted urban areas, the young, the old, the experienced observer, the novice... everyone can gain something from studying our closest celestial neighbor. This program consists of 90 objects. The craters are segregated according to their best viewing opportunity.
If you enjoy observing the Moon, you are encouraged to also investigate the Lunar 100 Observing Program. This list, created by Charles Wood and first published in a Sky & Telescope article (April 2004) cannot be published here due to copyright restrictions.