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(current and past IAU name; also briefly known as Eppinger, a disallowed IAU name)
|Lat: 9.4°S, Long: 25.7°W, Diam: 6 km, Depth: km, Rükl: 42|
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[#Euclides D Euclides D]
[#Euclides D-Images Images]
[#Euclides D-Maps Maps]
[#Euclides D-Description Description]
[#Euclides D-Description: Wikipedia Description: Wikipedia]
[#Euclides D-Additional Information Additional Information]
[#Euclides D-Nomenclature Nomenclature]
[#Euclides D-LPOD Articles LPOD Articles]
[#Euclides D-Bibliography Bibliography]
LO-IV-132H The dark band across the top of the frame was a flaw in the original on-board development of the [/Lunar%20Orbiter Lunar Orbiter] film.
- From the shadows in LO-IV-132H, Euclides D is 1200-1250 m deep. LO-IV-125H gives a depth of about 1120 m, probably because the shadows are not reaching the deepest part of the floor. - JimMosher JimMosher
- The name Euclides D was part of the original IAU nomenclature of [/Blagg%20and%20M%C3%BCller Blagg and Müller] (1935).
- The IAU's newly-formed [/WGPSN WGPSN] proposed approving the replacement of Euclides D with the name Eppinger, after Czechoslovakian doctor Hans Eppinger (1879-1946) as it had been provisionally assigned on LTO 76D1, and for which it served as the chart name. The change was adopted by the General Assembly in 1976 ([/IAU%20Transactions%20XVIB IAU Transactions XVIB]).
- Subsequently it was brought to the attention of the [/WGPSN WGPSN] that Eppinger had participated in medical experiments in the Nazi death camps during World War II. As a result the use of Eppinger's name in connection with this crater was officially disallowed in October 2002 ([/IAU%20Transactions%20XXVA IAU Transactions XXVA]).
- In 2006, the [/IAU%20Planetary%20Gazetteer IAU Planetary Gazetteer] added the list of lunar [/satellite%20feature satellite features] from 1982's [/NASA%20RP-1097 NASA RP-1097] ([/IAU%20Transactions%20XXVI IAU Transactions XXVI]). Unfortunately, [/Blagg%20and%20M%C3%BCller Blagg and Müller]'s Euclides D was listed there as Eppinger, so the old IAU name was not re-instated at that time.
- The crater briefly known as Eppinger was officially reinstated as Euclides D by the IAU in July 2009.
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