Luna map showing Lake Armstrong.

Lake Armstrong is a large artificial body of water which was located in Tycho Crater on Luna.

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It was situated near the city of New Chicago. (ST reference: Star Charts; ST video game: Elite Force II)

The lake was large enough to be seen on Earth on a clear day. (TNG movie: Star Trek: First Contact)

Near Tycho City and covered by a vast pressure dome, the lake filled most of Tycho Crater. Trees grew 20 meters tall at the shoreline thanks to genetic engineering and light gravity. (Last Unicorn RPG module: A Cadet's Guide to Sector 001 Earth)

Alana Hart was born in the area surrounding Lake Armstrong on 4 April 2125. (ENT novel: What Price Honor?)

William Riker had a holodeck program aboard the USS Titan that recreated Lake Armstrong. (TTN novel: Synthesis)

The lake was presumably named after Neil Armstrong.

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the moon Luna
cities and settlements Aldrin CityAndersenArmstrong CenterArmstrong CityCopernicus CityDanaeDeslandresFarside MoonbaseGoddard MoonbaseKeplertonLandauLorentzLuna 2Luna CityLunar One ColonyMorlockNew BerlinNew ChicagoNew CleavelandNightsideOceanviewRelativityTycho CityWest Lorentz UFP emblem image. Earth emblem image.
landmarks and institutions Aldrin City Archives AnnexApollo BowlClavius MinesCollins AmphitheatreCopernicus Ship YardDisneymoonHadley Rill HospitalHiBeam Energies LimitedKashishowa StationBase OneLuna repair baseLunadromeLunar Base 3O'Hare Rocket PortTranquility BaseTranquility ParkUFP Aerospace Museum-Smithsonian AnnexUniversity of Luna
bodies of water Lake ArmstrongLake KaneLake Kennedy
geography Clavius CraterD'Alembert CraterEinstein CraterFra MauroGagarin CraterH.G. Wells CraterHartzprung CraterJanssen CraterKorolev CraterLaserton NorthLorentz CraterMare AustraleMare CrisiumMare FecunditatisMare FrigorisMare HumorumMare ImbriumMare MoscovienseMare NubiumMare OrientaleMare TranquillitatisMendeleey CraterMilne CraterOceanus ProcellarumPlank CraterSchickard CraterTycho Crater

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