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Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature

Basic Info

Feature Name Chesterton
Clean Name Chesterton
Feature ID 15033
Target Mercury
Feature Type Crater, craters


Coordinate System Planetographic, +West, 0 - 360
Northmost Latitude 88.80 °
Southmost Latitude 87.93 °
Eastmost Longitude 118.87 °
Westmost Longitude 149.98 °
Diameter 37.23 km
Center Latitude 88.38 °
Center Longitude 134.49 °
Northmost Latitude 88.95 °
Southmost Latitude 88.07 °
Eastmost Longitude 109.91 °
Westmost Longitude 144.21 °
Diameter 37.23 km
Center Latitude 88.51 °
Center Longitude 126.90 °
Quad H-01 [pdf]

Status and Origin

Approval Status Adopted by IAU
Approval Date Sep 17, 2012
Continent Europe
Culture England
Origin Gilbert Keith; English author (1874-1936).
Reference [75] - Webster's Biographical Dictionary: G. and C. Merriam Company, Springfield, Mass., 1974 (and other editions).
Updated Sep 17, 2012 8:13 AM

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