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Lat: 14.4°N, Long: 154.0°E, Diam: 53 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside), Nectarian

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Left: LROC image WAC No. M118845144ME. Calibrated by LROC_WAC_Previewer.
Right: LO-I-116M


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WARNING: the crater which is erroneously called Kohlschutter on the LPI's red-labeled scan of Lunar Orbiter 5's LOV-103-m, is, in fact, Konstantinov.
- Kohlschutter and its dark floor were also photographed during the mission of Apollo 13. Kohlschutter is noticeable near the lower margin of frame AS13-60-8647, near the upper right corner of AS13-60-8649, near the central part of the left margin in AS13-60-8650, slightly below and to the left of the frame's centre in AS13-60-8651, between the frame's centre and right margin of AS13-60-8652.
- Research Lunar Orbiter 5 and Apollo 13 photography: Danny Caes


(LAC zone 67A1) USGS Digital Atlas PDF


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Additional Information


  • Kohlschütter V was officially approved by the IAU on the 25 July 2017 - JohnMoore2
  • Arnold; German astronomer (1883-1969).

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APOLLO OVER THE MOON; A VIEW FROM ORBIT, Chapter 2: Regional views, Figure 19.