Triplet (Apollo 14 site craterlet-cluster name) (North Crater, Center Crater, South-Apollo Crater)
Lat: 3.7°S, Long: 17.5°W, Diam: 0 km, Depth: km, Rükl: 42
(no Wikipedia page for Apollo 14's Triplet).
- IAU page: Triplet
- Astronaut-named feature, Apollo 14 site.
- It is unclear if the IAU adopted individual names for the three components of Triplet crater. In the explanation of the name in IAU Transactions XVIB it appears they should be refered to as "North Triplet", "Center Triplet" and "South Triplet".
- Also known as North Crater, Center Crater, and South-Apollo Crater (because there's already a crater officially known as South on a totally different part of the moon).
Alice J. Hall: APOLLO 14, the climb up Cone crater (National Geographic, July 1971).
David M. Harland: EXPLORING THE MOON, the Apollo expeditions.
Eric M. Jones: APOLLO LUNAR SURFACE JOURNAL (ALSJ).