Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature
International Astronomical Union (IAU) Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature (WGPSN)
Planetary Names: Crater, craters: Heaviside on Mars

Heaviside

Feature Name Heaviside
Clean Name Heaviside
Feature ID 2401
Target Mars
Feature Type Crater, craters
Coordinate System Planetocentric, +East, 0 - 360
Control Network
Northernmost Latitude -69.80 °
Southernmost Latitude -71.21 °
Easternmost Longitude 266.90 °
Westernmost Longitude 262.69 °
Diameter 83.28 km
Center Latitude -70.50 °
Center Longitude 264.78 °
Northernmost Latitude -69.80 °
Southernmost Latitude -71.21 °
Easternmost Longitude 93.10 °
Westernmost Longitude 97.31 °
Diameter 83.28 km
Center Latitude -70.50 °
Center Longitude 95.22 °
Northernmost Latitude -69.78 °
Southernmost Latitude -71.19 °
Easternmost Longitude 267.00 °
Westernmost Longitude 262.60 °
Diameter 87.40 km
Center Latitude -70.49 °
Center Longitude 264.70 °
Northernmost Latitude -69.78 °
Southernmost Latitude -71.19 °
Easternmost Longitude 93.00 °
Westernmost Longitude 97.40 °
Diameter 87.40 km
Center Latitude -70.49 °
Center Longitude 95.30 °
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Continent Europe
Ethnic/Cultural
Group or Country
Great Britain
Quad mc30 [pdf]
Reference [68] - World Who's Who in Science, edited by Allen G. Debus: Western Publishing Company, Hannibal, Mo., 1968: New York, 1973.
Approval Status Adopted by IAU
Approval Date 1973
Origin Oliver; British physicist (1850-1925).
Last Updated Nov 17, 2010 9:58 AM

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