Gilbert (Martian crater)
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|Gilbert (crater on Mars)|
|Eponym||Grove K. Gilbert|
Gilbert is a large Martian crater located in the south of the planet in the area of Promethei Terra. It is one of several large craters in the heavily pock-marked upland region. It was named in 1973 in honour of American geologist Grove K. Gilbert.
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