Lat: 48.7°N, Long: 10.6°E, Diam: 37 km, Depth: 0.43 km, Rükl: 5
Left: François Emond Right: LOIV-103-H3
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Egede G, the 3th item in C.A.Wood's list of Concentric Craters (1978) is noticeable near the lower left corner of Lunar Orbiter 4's photograph LOIV-104-h1. The location of Egede G is very near the northeastern end of Vallis Alpes. The proximity of the well-known Vallis Alpes is noticeable on LOIV-110-h3 (near the lower margin of the frame).
Research: Danny Caes
(IAU Directions) EGEDE.--A lozenge-shaped formation, about 18 miles from corner to corner, bounded by walls scarcely more than 400 feet in height. It is consequently only traceable under very oblique illumination.
- Depth data from Kurt Fisher database
Westfall, 2000: 0.43 km
Viscardy, 1985: 0.42 km
Cherrington, 1969: 0.7 km
- Satellite crater Egede A is on the ALPO list of bright ray craters.
- Egede A has a ray pattern with a missing V of rays - this was an oblique impact.
- Egede G is the 3th item in C.A.Wood's list of Concentric Craters (1978).
- Named for Hans Egede (January 31, 1686,–November 5, 1758), a Norwegian Lutheran missionary, called the Apostle of Greenland.
- According to Whitaker (p. 219), this name was introduced by Mädler.