Lat: 46.5°S, Long: 10.5°W, Diam: 57 km, Depth: 2.67 km, Rükl: 64
- A possible concentric crater is noticeable on the floor of Street M (west-southwest of Street itself, and south-southwest of Tycho). It was captured on the lower part of Lunar Orbiter 4's photograph LOIV-124-H2. Only the western part of this possible CC shows a "double rim", which makes it an interesting target for dedicated observers of this region on the moon.
- Research: Danny Caes
(IAU Directions) STREET.--A walled-plain between Tycho and Maginus, about 28 miles in diameter, with a border of moderate height, broken by depressions on the N. There are some small craters and ridges within; but the surrounding region, with its almost endless variety of abnormally shaped formations, is far more worthy of the observer's attention.
- Depth data from Kurt Fisher database
- Westfall, 2000: 2.67 km
- Viscardy, 1985: 1.5 km
- Cherrington, 1969: 1.7 km
- West-southwest of Street, in Street M, is a craterlet with double western rim. Is it a Concentric Crater? The craterlet's location is 48° South/ 14° West.
- Included on the ALPO list of banded craters
- Named for Thomas Street (1621 - 1689), an English astronomer. A follower of Johannes Kepler, Street published a number of books, including Ephemerides, the most notable of which is his Astronomia Carolina (1661). Newton is said to have learned of Kepler's laws from reading it.
- The name was introduced by Johann Schröter (plate T. LV)
14 inches of Tycho (shows Street M too, with possible Concentric Crater on its floor, by George Tarsoudis).