Raimond is the title given to Ridge Section 111. The
feature, which is 70 km wide, is an impact crater on the Far
Side of the Moon. Less than one crater diameter to the
northeast is Bredikhin (59 km wide), and farther to the west
(but in Section 110) is McMath. The best graphic to illustrate
this is the WAC 69 image from the LRO mission linked above.
Raimond is almost completely covered by the ray material from
Jackson crater which is out of frame and north of MnMath in
Section 99, and a pair of prominent rays cross the
northeastern and southwestern portions of the crater. This
crater is slightly elongated along the eastwest axis, giving
it a slightly oblong appearance. The rim edge is moderately
worn, although no significant impacts lie across the edge. The
interior is relatively featureless, with only a few small
craterlets and the ray material from Jackson crater to mark
the surface. Engel'gardt C is a satellite crater of
Engel'gardt, is 49 km wide and shown SE of Raimond. (Credit:
Some of the information used in the section feature
descriptions was obtained from wikipedia.
Section 111 and this directory was created by Fran Ridge and
Ned Haskin of The Lunascan Project).