|Lat: 9.9°S, Long: 90.9°E, Diam: 53 km, Depth: 3.63 km, Rükl: (farside)|
Depth data from Kurt Fisher database
- Pike, 1976: 3.63 km
- William Otto Brunner (July 7, 1878 - December 1, 1958) was a Swiss astronomer. From 1926 until 1945 he was the director of the Swiss Federal Observatory. He continued the series of Zurich sunspot observations that was begun in 1864 by the observatory founder, Rudolf Wolf. (These observations continue up to the present.)
- Although Brunner appears in the cumulative list of approved names in IAU Transactions XVB, it is not clear precisely when and where it was approved. - Jim Mosher
- Brunner N is called Dario on LTO 82-D1. Who was Dario? See this Wikipedia-page.
- A crater west of Brunner is called Johnson on LTO 81-C2. Who was Johnson? See this Wikipedia-page.
- Another crater west of Brunner is called Pope on LTO 81-C2. Who was Pope? See this Wikipedia-page.