Lat: 28.2°N, Long: 37.0°W, Diam: 6 km, Depth: 0.17 km, Rükl: 19
- Fedorov was also captured on Apollo 15's orbital Hasselblad image AS15-92-12469 (Magazine 92/OO).
- See also: the central parts of Apollo 15's orbital ITEK-panoramic frames AS15-P-10298 and 10303.
- Additional research orbital Apollo 15 photographs: Danny Caes
- Depth data from Kurt Fisher database
- Westfall, 2000: 0.17 km
- Slightly northeast of Fedorov (between Fedorov and Mons Delisle) is a curious guitar- or bottle-shaped depression. This "Guitar"/"Bottle" was photographed during the mission of Apollo 15, on black-and-white Hasselblad film: AS15-92-12470 and AS15-81-10983. Research: Danny Caes.
- Warning: the location of the small depression Felix (between Euler and Lambert) was, on certain digital lunar atlases, erroneously positioned at Fedorov.- DannyCaes Jan 23, 2010
- Named for A. P. Fedorov (1872-1920), a Russian rocket scientist.
- This name was introduced on LTO-39B1 (for which it served as the title). It does not seem to have replaced a previously named feature. The name was "approved as assigned" in IAU Transactions XVIIB (1979). - Jim Mosher