Lat: 45.3°N, Long: 151.4°E, Diam: 219 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside), pre-Nectarian
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- An oblique looking Campbell was captured near the upper right corner of Apollo 13's orbital Hasselblad frame AS13-60-8653.
- Research: Patricio L. (Nunki).
- Area of floor mare 2400 km2 and Imbrian age. 4.5-5.5 wt% FeO and 1-3 wt% TiO2. Dark halo crater excavates buried mare material (Gillis and Spudis, 1996)
- This name entered the IAU nomenclature in the long list of farside names published in Menzel, 1971. The citation indicates the name honors two men:
- W. W. Campbell was the 1915 Bruce Medalist of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, and extensive links to information about him can be found there.
Certain Campbells in the Sourcebook Project (compiled by William R. Corliss)
- In Mysterious Universe, a handbook of astronomical anomalies (1979) :
- Page 64: The Closing of a Famous Astronomical Problem (W.W.Campbell, Popular Science Monthly, 1909).
- Page 379: The Lines on Mars (William J. Hussey, Science, 1892).
- Page 407: The Bright Projections on Mars (Observatory, 1894).
- Page 518: The Bright Object near the Sun (Nature, 1921).
- Page 550: Spin-Orbit Resonance of the Inner Planets (Philip M. Campbell, Science, 1969).
- Page 609: The Change of Climate and its Cause (M.Davidson, Knowledge, 1915).
- Page 674: The Einstein Shift - an Unsettled Problem (F.Schmeidler, Sky and Telescope, 1964).
The first article in this list was written by W.W.Campbell, the fifth article was written by a Philip M. Campbell. The other articles have certain Campbells in them, it would be interesting to know who they really were (or still are). - DannyCaes Apr 11, 2015