|Lat: 9.6°S, Long: 145.1°E, Diam: 73 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)|
left: Lunar Orbiter I, right: LRO-WAC
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AS13-62-8909 shows Apollo 13's Command Module Odyssey (left) and craters Schliemann' and Chaplygin (near centre), and also Marconi (a little bit "above" the white end of LM Aquariuss antenna). Although Apollo 13 was the most troubled one of Project Apollo's nine lunar flights, its crew made some spectacular orbital Hasselblad photographs of the moon's Far-Side craters! Image AS13-62-8909 is one of them. - DannyCaes Dec 13, 2007
- TSI = 25, CPI = 20, FI = 20; MI =65 Smith and Hartnell, 1973 (CAW update)
Guglielmo; Italian physicist, inventor; Nobel laureate (1874-1937).
- Marconi was among the long list of farside names approved by the IAU in 1970 and published in Menzel, 1971.
- In the planning for Apollo 8, the first manned circumlunar mission (1968), this crater (which did not then have an official name) was referred to informally as "Kraft" (source: Phil Stooke's LPOD).