|Lat: 1.6°S, Long: 137.6°E, Diam: 43 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)|
- Glazenap F and part of Glazenap E (the pair of bowl-shaped craters immediately east of Glazenap) were captured on Apollo 10's B-and-W Hasselblad photograph AS10-28-3994.
- The hilly floor of Glazenap itself was captured on AS10-28-3995.
- Glazenap and its environs were also captured in Apollo 13's AS13-60-8662. It's up to you to detect Glazenap in this frame.
- Additional research Apollo 10 and Apollo 13 photography: Danny Caes
- TSI = 30, CPI = ?, FI = 15; MI =incomplete Smith and Hartnell, 1973
- Named for Sergey Pavlovich von Glazenap (September 13, 1848 - April 12, 1937), a Soviet astronomer, honorary member of the Soviet Academy of Sciences (1929), and Hero of Socialist Labor (1932).
- The name Glasenapp was originally proposed by Lamèch for Calippus A (a crater southwest of Calippus and east of Theaetetus), but his proposal was not adopted by the IAU. The name Glasenap was assigned to this one in Menzel, 1971 (see Whitaker, p. 228).
- The IAU spelling was changed to Glazenap at some later date.