Lat: 41.6°N, Long: 118.1°W, Diam: 214 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside), pre-Nectarian
Landau at centre (the largest crater), Wegener at northeast, Razumov at southeast, Petropavlovsky south of Razumov, Frost at south, and Wood at northwest (which is "filling" the northwestern part of Landau's floor).
A peculiar arrangement of floor versus inner slopes is noticeable in the bright raycraterlet on the eastern part of Landau's rim. The pinpoint coordinates of this raycraterlet are: LON -114.88, LAT 42.48 (8 M/PIX). Add these coordinates at the lower part of the LRO's ACT-REACT Quick Map, hit the RECENTER button, and enjoy! - DannyCaes Jun 13, 2011
Lev Davidovich Landau (January 22, 1908 – April 1, 1968) was a prominent Soviet physicist of Jewish origin who made fundamental contributions to many areas of theoretical physics. He received the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physics for his development of a mathematical theory of superfluidity that accounts for the properties of liquid helium II at a temperature below 2.19K (-270.96°C).