Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature
International Astronomical Union (IAU) Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature (WGPSN)
Planetary Names: Satellite Feature: Appleton Q on Moon

Appleton Q

Feature Name Appleton Q
Clean Name Appleton Q
Feature ID 7321
Target Moon
Feature Type Satellite Feature
Coordinate System Planetographic, +East, -180 - 180
Control Network
Northernmost Latitude 34.55 °
Southernmost Latitude 33.81 °
Easternmost Longitude 155.75 °
Westernmost Longitude 154.87 °
Diameter 22.66 km
Center Latitude 34.18 °
Center Longitude 155.31 °
Northernmost Latitude 34.57 °
Southernmost Latitude 33.79 °
Easternmost Longitude 155.67 °
Westernmost Longitude 154.73 °
Diameter 23.42 km
Center Latitude 34.18 °
Center Longitude 155.20 °
Northernmost Latitude 34.30 °
Southernmost Latitude 34.30 °
Easternmost Longitude 155.30 °
Westernmost Longitude 155.30 °
Diameter 26.00 km
Center Latitude 34.30 °
Center Longitude 155.30 °
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Continent Europe
Ethnic/Cultural
Group or Country
England
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Reference [75] - Webster's Biographical Dictionary: G. and C. Merriam Company, Springfield, Mass., 1974 (and other editions).
Approval Status Adopted by IAU
Approval Date 2006
Origin Sir Edward Victor; British physicist; Nobel laureate (1892-1965).
Last Updated Oct 18, 2010 12:00 PM
Parent Feature Appleton

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