|Lat: 53.6°N, Long: 127.6°W, Diam: 61 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)|
Clementine Kramers. The 60-km crater to its upper right, with the central peak, is Kramers C. The remaining craters are unnamed.
(LAC zone 20D2)
- Named for Hendrik Anthony Kramers (February 2, 1894 – April 24, 1952), a Dutch physicist. Niels Bohr took him on as a PhD student and Kramers prepared his dissertation under Bohr's direction (on intensities of atomic transitions).
- This name entered the IAU nomenclature in Menzel, 1971.
- On Antonin Rükl's 1972 Reidel - Dordrecht farside map, Kramers C is labeled Coulomb. - DannyCaes Jun 25, 2010