|Lat: 60.1°S, Long: 141.8°E, Diam: 91 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)|
Prandtl's location is on the inner part of the southeastern section of the rim of the basin Planck.
- Because Prandtl is a crater on the floor of the basin Planck, all Lunar Orbiter photographs of Prandtl should be online in the page Planck.
Ludwig Prandtl (February 4, 1875 - August 15, 1953) was a German physicist. He was a pioneer of aerodynamics, and developed the mathematical basis for the fundamental principles of subsonic aerodynamics in the 1920s. His studies identified the boundary layer, thin-airfoils, and lifting-line theories. The Prandtl number was named after him.