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Lat: 5.7°N, Long: 98.5°E, Diam: 61 km, Depth: 1.98 km, Rükl: (farside)

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AS16-M-2727 Erro is the large circular crater in the center. 18-km Erro V is at 10 o'clock and 15-km Erro J at 5-clock. The 16-km crater partially visible at the left margin is Erro T.


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- Is Erro K (south-southwest of Erro itself) a possible Concentric Crater? It looks that way on Apollo 16's orbital Hasselblad photograph AS16-120-19217 (Erro K is captured near the frame's upper left corner).
Research: Danny Caes


(LAC zone 64D2) LTO map


Description: Wikipedia


Additional Information

Depth data from Kurt Fisher database
  • Pike, 1976: 1.98 km

Possible Concentric Crater Erro K. Or perhaps it is a pseudo-Concentric Crater (a small crater in the centre of a larger crater).- DannyCaes Jan 10, 2010


Luis Enrique; Mexican astronomer (1897-1955).
  • Erro was among the initial long list of farside names published by the IAU in Menzel, 1971.

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