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Lat: 6.19°N, Long: 12.51°E, Diam: 13.04 km, Depth: 2.54 km, Rükl: 34

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LO-IV-090H The rille passing through the upper part of the picture is Rima Ariadaeus. To its north, 7-km Silberschlag A is visible in the upper right. The ridge to the north of Silberschlag is regarded as part of the east rim of 25-km Silberschlag P. The ridge to the south is not regarded as part of any named crater.


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  • One of Apollo 10's oblique western views of Rima Ariadaeus (Hasselblad AS10-31-4646), see the LPI's low-res scan, shows Silberschlag below and to the left of the frame's centre.
  • GRIN's hi-res scan of AS10-31-4646 shows the smooth-looking inner slopes and sharp rim of Silberschlag.
    • Research Danny Caes


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(IAU Directions) SILBERSCHLAG.--A very brilliant crater, 8 or 9 miles in diameter, connected with the great mountain range just referred to. The Ariadaeus cleft cuts through the range a few miles N. of it. This neighbourhood at sunrise presents a grand spectacle. With high powers under good atmospheric conditions, the plain W. of the mountains is seen to be traversed by a number of shallow winding valleys, trending towards Agrippa, and separated by low rounded hills which have all the appearance of having been moulded by the action of water.



Additional Information

  • IAU page: Silberschlag
  • Depth data from Kurt Fisher database
    • Arthur, 1974: 2.54 km
    • Westfall, 2000: 2.54 km
    • Viscardy, 1985: 2.53 km
  • The shadows in LO-IV-090H indicate Silberschlag is up to 2570 m deep (there is a rise of about 200 m at the midpoint of the east rim). - Jim Mosher
  • Included on the ALPO list of banded craters


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