Yes, it has a name.  It is Moon Our Moon is unique in the solar system in that it is so large compared  to the planet that it orbits. It is heavily cratered and has large, flat maria which are found primarily on the Nearside.   It was in these flat regions where the five of the six landing missions of Apollo did their surface explorations.  This animated map shows lunar maria and Apollo landing sites.  The Farside of the Moon contains virtually no maria. Since the highland regions of the Moon are essentially unchanged from its formation, we can see the record of over four billion years of cratering. Most of the impact craters on the Moon were formed in the first billion years of its history.   Tens of thousands of lunar craters have been named.  You have, no doubt, heard of the Man on the Moon.  But have you ever seen the Woman in the Moon? Today the Moon is a dead place, without any trace of an  atmosphere.  Since it’s interior is semi-molten at best, and it rotates so slowly, there is no native magnetic field on the Moon.   Other surface features are unique to the Moon.
Carpe Caelum Planetary Astronomy
Carpe Caelum Planetary Astronomy