(IAU Directions) INGHIRAMI.--A very remarkable ring-plain, 60 miles in diameter, W. of Schickard, with a bright, broad, and nearly continuous border, terraced within, and intersected on the N.W. by narrow valleys, one of which is prolonged over the floor and extends to the central mountain. There are two curious dark spots on the N. side of the interior. Beyond the foot of the glacis on the S. a distinct cleft runs from a dusky spot to a group of small craters W. of Wargentin. There is a fine regular ring-plain with a small central mount E. of Inghirami.
- Depth data from Kurt Fisher database
Westfall, 2000: 2.81 km
Viscardy, 1985: 3 km
Cherrington, 1969: 3.29 km
- Inghirami A is Lower Imbrian
Giovanni Inghirami (April 16, 1779 — August 15, 1851) was an Italian astronomer. His first publications were articles on hydraulcis, statics, and astronomy, astronomical tables, and elementary text-books on mathematics and mathematical geography.
A Portfolio of Lunar Drawings (Harold Hill), pages 164, 165.