|Lat: 78.3°N, Long: 26.6°W, Diam: 81 km, Depth: 1.38 km, Rükl: 4|
LO-IV-140H 8-km Mouchez B and 13-km Mouchez C are on the floor of Mouchez (which is missing most, if not all, of its eastern and southern rim). 17-km Mouchez J is partially visible on the left as is 51-km Mouchez A at the top. The shadows in the upper right come from sculpted hills that are not part of any IAU-named feature.
- Depth data from Kurt Fisher database
- Westfall, 2000: 1.38 km
- Cherrington, 1969: 2.01 km
- The peak on the right in LO-IV-140H is about 1700 m tall. - JimMosher
- Internal peak heights by Sekiguchi, 1972:
- 0.5 km "A peak on the westerly eccentric position of the floor"
- 0.3 km "A small peak which may be the true central peak"
- 0.3 km "A low hill" east of the above two peaks
- 0.3 km "A long dyke extended towards the north wall of Mouchez B" - fatastronomer
- Mouchez A central peak height
- Sekiguchi, 1972: 0.5 km - fatastronomer
- Named for Ernest Amedee Barthelemy Mouchez (1821-1892), a French astronomer.
- The name was apparently adopted by the IAU into the original nomenclature scheme of Named Lunar Formations (1935) based on a lunar map published by Gaudibert and Fenet in 1887 (Whitaker, p. 150).
- Is there an unnamed catena passing Mouchez L and Mouchez C?! See http://bit.ly/2lwPuiu (discovered by SandiBandi).
- Interesting discovery SandiBandi !!! (Catena Mouchez C - Mouchez L). Danny C.