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Lat: 4.9°S, Long: 158.0°E, Diam: 95 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)

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Clementine Greyscale Basemap: Mercator projection dynamically created by USGS lunar Web Map Service. Click here for a USGS-generated list of all IAU-named features with centers in the current field.


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  • Apollo 10's AS10-34-5172 shows the bright crater Ventris M at the southern part of Ventris's rim. This (AS10-34-5172) is one of the most reproduced orbital Hasselblad photographs of a crater on the moon's Far Side. - DannyCaes Nov 19, 2007
  • Ventris was also photographed during the mission of Apollo 13. AS13-60-8636 shows Ventris at centre of frame. - DannyCaes Nov 25, 2012


(LAC zone 85A3) USGS Digital Atlas PDF


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  • Named for Michael George Francis Ventris (1922-1956), a British architect and classical scholar who helped decipher the Linear B script of ancient Crete.

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