|Lat: 40.29°N, Long: 152.93°E, Diam: 74.03 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)|
Left: LROC image WAC No. M118838769ME. Note, in this high-resolution WAC image (click image), the unusual series of linear features that almost cuts the crater in half. Are these in any way related to the dynamic events of the crater's impact event onto crater Ley, which lies to its north-east? - JohnMoore2 Calibrated by LROC_WAC_Previewer.
Right: LO-V-M085, Von Neumann (top) & Ley (the cardinal points in this image have North at bottom and West at right).
- IAU page: Von Neumann
- Central peak composition: GNTA1 (Tompkins & Pieters, 1999)
- Exterior impact melt deposits most extensive to NE, max of ~6 km beyond rim. Max wall slumping on SW side of crater, and topographically lowest rim crest to NE (Hawke and Head, 1977).
- TSI = 25, CPI = 25, FI = 20; MI =70 Smith and Hartnell, 1973
John; American mathematician (1903-1957).