Type: Crater
Geological period: Copernician (From -1.1 billions years to present days)

Size:
Dimension: 95x95Km / 56x56Mi
Height: 3760m / 11400ft
Height/Wide ratio: 0.0404

Description:
Young and isolated formation with hexagonal form. Bright rays all around. Very steep slopes dominant Mare Insularum of 900 m tormented and supporting Fauth to the South and Gay-Lussac to the North. Floor flatter to the North that to the South. Three central mountains (1200 m). Hills and ruins in the arena.

Observation:
Interest: Exceptional formation
Observation period: 2 days after First Quarter or 1 day after Last Quarter

Position:
Longitude: 20.0° West
Latitude: 9.7° North
Quadrant: North-West
Area: Copernic crater region

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