chorea lasciva: “East of Paracelsus”, photographed by Apollo 15 mapping mission, 31st July 1971.
Paracelsus, the crater at top left, is a 83km-wide crater on the lunar farside (23°S, 163°E). The crater is named for the 16th Century Swiss-German scientist Paracelsus (Phillippus Aureolus Throphrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim). His works include the first mention of the concept of the unconscious mind in psychology.
Image credit: NASA/JSC/ASU.