|Lat: 47.4°S, Long: 168.8°E, Diam: 70 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)|
Right: Color-coded Lac 119 from USGS Digital Atlas
Cajori lies within the South Pole Aitken Basin -- a 2500 kilometre-wide basin of the pre-Nectarian period (~ 4.6 to 3.92 bn years). The crater looks very worn and is, somewhat, lost and altered amidst a jumble of impacts crater both to its north and south -- mixed, possibly, with lava flooding deposits within its interior. Cajori doesn't take on your regular circular-looking appearance, but rather looks skewed diagonally in a north-east/south-west direction due to these latter influences.
Florian; American mathematician (1859-1930).