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Quadrangle map of Sinus Sabaeus labeled with major features. Colored rectangles represent image footprints of Mars Global Surveyor.
|Eponym||Honore Flaugergues, a French astronomer (1755-1835)|
Flaugergues Crater is a crater in the Sinus Sabaeus quadrangle on Mars at 17° south latitude and 340.8° west longitude. It is about 245 km in diameter. It was named after Honore Flaugergues, a French astronomer (1755-1835).
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