Lat: 24.41°N, Long: 2.44°E, Diam: 7.36 km, Depth: km, Rükl: 22
LO-V-105M Jomo is one of several pits at the southeast end of Rima Hadley, the other IAU-named ones being Béla, Carlos and Taizo. The white circle in this image represents the IAU position and diameter of Jomo, but the lighting makes it much harder to see than the others. For a clearer representation of Jomo see the Apollo Topophotomap or the LRO ACT-REACT Quickmap.
- IAU page: Jomo
- Warning: In certain digital lunar atlases, the location of Jomo is erroneously positioned at 1° 36' West, instead of 2.4° East.- DannyCaes Jan 23, 2010
- Is Jomo (and its adjacent curved formations Béla,Carlos, and Taizo) part of a much larger circular feature which is located slightly to the east? - DannyCaes Jan 23, 2010
- Jomo is an African male name, honoring no specific person.
- According to NASA RP-1097, "Jomo" is a Minor Feature whose name was originally intended only for use in connection with Topophotomap 41B4/S3 (on which it is plotted).
Watching the other rilles (vent V1: Jomo)