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Saturday, February 11, 2006


Latitude 28.5� N
Longitude 34.2� W
Diameter 1.5 km
Depth Unknown
Selenographic colongitude 336� at sunrise
List of lunar craters L German female forename Louise is a tiny lunar impact crater located on the western Mare Imbrium. It lies between Delisle (crater) to the north and Diophantus (crater) to the south. The narrow, meandering rille named Rima Diophantus comes within a few kilometers to the north of Louise crater. Despite its seemingly diminutive dimensions, this crater is actually about the same size as the Meteor crater in Flagstaff, Arizona.


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