|Lat: 51.98°N, Long: 112.44°E, Diam: 42.18 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)|
- Because Swann (read: the more-or-less crater shaped region officially known as Swann) is located near Compton (southeast of Compton), all Lunar Orbiter frames of Swann are online at Compton.
- A couple of good eyes could detect the rather featureless crater Swann on Apollo 16's color-Hasselblad AS16-121-19445. Swann's location is southeast of Compton (the prominent crater with central peak, which is noticeable a little bit to the right of the frame's centre).
- Research Lunar Orbiter and Apollo 16 photography: Danny Caes
- IAU page: Swann
William Francis Gray; Anglo-American physicist (1884-1962).
Swann (the Swann range) was once an unofficial name for a series of hills in the Montes Apenninus (related to the landingsite of Apollo 15's LM Falcon on "The Plain" between Mons Hadley and Hadley Delta). - DannyCaes Jan 18, 2008