Les formations lunaires

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Id Nom Type Taille Longitude Latitude Origine
1 164 Abbot Crater, craters 10.4 54.74 5.56 Charles Greeley; American astrophysicist (1872-1973).
2 165 Abel Crater, craters 137.35 85.78 -34.63 Niels Henrik; Norwegian mathematician (1802-1829).
3 136 Abenezra Crater, craters 43.19 11.89 -20.99 Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra; Spanish mathematician, astronomer (1092-1164/1167).
4 109 Abulfeda Crater, craters 62.23 13.91 -13.87 Ismail Ibn Abū al-Fidā; Syrian geographer (1273-1331).
5 166 Acosta Crater, craters 13.06 60.14 -5.65 Cristobal; Portuguese doctor, natural historian (1515-1580).
6 167 Adams Crater, craters 63.27 68.39 -31.89 John Couch; British astronomer (1819-1892); Charles Hitchcock; American astronomer (1868-1951); Walter Sydney; American astronomer (1876-1956).
7 168 Agatharchides Crater, craters 51.98 -31.11 -19.85 Agatharchides of Cnidos; Greek geographer (c. 116 B.C.).
8 62 Agrippa Crater, craters 43.75 10.47 4.1 Greek astronomer (unkn-fl. A.D. 92).
9 144 Airy Crater, craters 38.9 5.61 -18.14 George Biddell; British astronomer (1801-1892).
10 169 Al-Bakri Crater, craters 12.21 20.25 14.34 Abū Ubayd Abdallāh Ibn abd al-Azīz Ibn Muhammad; Spanish-Arab geographer (1010-1094).
11 170 Al-Biruni Crater, craters 80.41 92.62 18.07 Abū ar-Rayhān Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Birūnī; Persian astronomer, mathematician, geographer (973-1048).
12 817 Al-Marrakushi Crater, craters 8.57 55.77 -10.45 Abū `Ali al-Hasan Ibn `Ali al-Marrakushi; Moroccan astronomer, mathematician (fl. c. A.D. 1281/1282).
13 43 Albategnius Crater, craters 130.84 4.01 -11.24 Muhammed Ben Geber Al-Battānī; Arab astronomer, mathematician (c. 858-929).
14 171 Alexander Crater, craters 94.8 13.69 40.25 Alexander the Great, of Macedon; Greek geographer (356-323 B.C.).
15 155 Alfraganus Crater, craters 20.52 18.97 -5.42 Al-Fargani, Abu'l-'Abbās Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Ibn Kathīr; Persian astronomer (unkn-c. 840).
16 172 Alhazen Crater, craters 34.65 71.83 15.91 Abū Ali Al-Hasan Ibn Al Haitham; Iraqi mathematician (987-1038).
17 173 Aliacensis Crater, craters 79.65 5.13 -30.6 D'Ailly, Pierre; French geographer (1350-1420).
18 134 Almanon Crater, craters 47.76 15.14 -16.85 Abdalla Al Mamun; Persian astronomer (786-833).
19 122 Alpetragius Crater, craters 40.02 -4.51 -16.05 Al-Bitrūjī Al-Ishbīlī, Abū Ishāq; Spanish astronomer (unkn-c. 1100).
20 40 Alphonsus Crater, craters 110.54 -2.85 -13.39 Alfonso X (El Sabio); Spanish astronomer (1221-1284).
21 818 Ameghino Crater, craters 9.2 57.04 3.3 Fiorino (or Florentino); Argentine paleontologist and anthropologist (1854-1911).
22 819 Ammonius Crater, craters 8.55 -0.83 -8.52 Greek philosopher (unkn.-c. A.D. 517-526).
23 174 Amundsen Crater, craters 103.39 83.07 -84.44 Roald Engelbregt Gravning; Norwegian explorer (1872-1928).
24 53 Anaxagoras Crater, craters 51.9 -10.17 73.48 Greek astronomer (500-428 B.C.).
25 175 Anaximander Crater, craters 68.71 -51.44 66.97 Greek astronomer (c. 611-547 B.C.).
26 176 Anaximenes Crater, craters 81.12 -44.98 72.49 Greek astronomer (585-528 B.C.).
27 177 Anděl Crater, craters 32.93 12.38 -10.41 Karel; Czechoslovakian astronomer (1884-1948).
28 820 Angström Crater, craters 9.55 -41.67 29.9 Anders Jonas; Swedish physicist (1814-1874).
29 178 Ansgarius Crater, craters 91.42 79.72 -12.92 St. Ansgar; German theologian (801-864).
30 179 Anville Crater, craters 10.26 49.51 1.84 Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon; French cartographer (1697-1782).
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