Dove is a small lunarcrater that is located in the rugged lunar highlands in the southeastern part of the Moon. It lies to the north of the prominent crater Pitiscus.
This is a heavily worn and eroded crater with a rim that is overlaid by multiple small craters. In particular the satellite crater Dove C has broken into the southwestern rim and a gap joins the floor of the two formations. The southern rim has been struck by multiple small impacts that form a tight cluster across the rim. There are also several small craters along the northern rim. Dove does have a small interior floor that is relatively level and marked only by a few tiny craterlets.