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Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature

Basic Info

Feature Name Ross C
Clean Name Ross C
Feature ID 12691
Target Moon
Feature Type Satellite Feature


Coordinate System Planetographic, +East, -180 - 180
Northmost Latitude 11.69 °
Southmost Latitude 11.54 °
Eastmost Longitude 19.01 °
Westmost Longitude 18.85 °
Diameter 4.75 km
Center Latitude 11.62 °
Center Longitude 18.93 °
Northmost Latitude 11.69 °
Southmost Latitude 11.52 °
Eastmost Longitude 19.02 °
Westmost Longitude 18.85 °
Diameter 5.09 km
Center Latitude 11.60 °
Center Longitude 18.93 °
Northmost Latitude 11.70 °
Southmost Latitude 11.70 °
Eastmost Longitude 19.00 °
Westmost Longitude 19.00 °
Diameter 5.00 km
Center Latitude 11.70 °
Center Longitude 19.00 °
Quad LAC-60 [pdf]

Status and Origin

Approval Status Adopted by IAU
Approval Date 2006
Continent Europe
Ethnicity Great Britain
Origin James Clark; British explorer (1800-1862); Frank Elmore; American astronomer, optician (1874-1966).
Reference [89] - Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Charles Coulston Gillispie, editor in chief, vol. 9: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1981.
Updated Oct 18, 2010 12:00 PM
Parent Feature Ross

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