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(formerly [/Arrhenius Arrhenius] P)

Lat: 58.5°S, Long: 94.4°W, Diam: 40 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)

Table of Contents

[#Blanchard Blanchard]
[#Blanchard-Images Images]
[#Blanchard-Maps Maps]
[#Blanchard-Description Description]
[#Blanchard-Description: Wikipedia Description: Wikipedia]
[#Blanchard-Additional Information Additional Information]
[#Blanchard-Nomenclature Nomenclature]
[#Blanchard-LPOD Articles LPOD Articles]
[#Blanchard-Bibliography Bibliography]
external image normal_Blanchard_LO-IV-193H_LTVT.JPG


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Description: Wikipedia


Additional Information


  • Named for Jean-Pierre-François Blanchard (1753-1809), a French aeronaut.
  • This name was published in the [/IAU IAU]'s 1991 Reports on Astronomy.
  • Although listed in the [/IAU%20Planetary%20Gazetteer IAU Planetary Gazetteer] as replacing the former [/lettered%20crater lettered crater] designation [/Arrhenius Arrhenius] P, that name was actually part of [/Ewen%20Whitaker Ewen Whitaker]'s effort to letter the farside for [/NASA%20RP-1097 NASA RP-1097] (1982) and was never approved by the [/IAU IAU]. The [/IAU%20Planetary%20Gazetteer IAU Planetary Gazetteer] listing also gives a map reference of "SOV 1985" for this and the other seven new names published in 1991. This would seem to be a reference to an unidentified Soviet map from 1985.

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