If you're looking up at the Moon, the Mare Marginis is at approximately 2:30, on the edge between the nearside and the farside of the Moon. Unlike many other Lunar Maria, the Mare Marginis is irregular and isn't centered around any large crater, indicating that it was likely created by lava merely seeping up to the surface, rather than being forced up due to meteoric impact.

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