|Lat: 42.5°N, Long: 102.9°W, Diam: 84 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)|
Left: Annotated Clementine image from PDS Map-A-Planet. Middle: Annotated Lunar Orbivter V-008-M image from the LPI. Right: Colo-coded LAC 36 image from the USGS Digital Atlas.
Bragg is a crater of the pre-Nectarian period (~ 4.6 to 3.92 bn years) and lies just south-east to the Lorentz Basin -- a 365 kilometre-wide basin of the same period. The crater's rim is well-worned down through age, and several impacts have re-shaped it beyond your regular, circular-looking crater -- particularly on its eastern section where subsequent craters have formed (the largest being Bragg H). The floor region hasn't escaped impacts either, with just one relatively large craters (~ 15 km across) in the centre, and several others on a more smaller scale all around.- JohnMoore2
Sir William Henry; Australian physicist; Nobel laureate (1862-1942).