Kunowsky (Martian crater)
Kunowsky Crater ringed by seasonal frost (MGS/MOC, March 2004).
|Eponym||George K. Kunowsky, a German astronomer (1786-1846)|
Kunowsky Crater is a large crater in the Mare Acidalium quadrangle of Mars, located at 57.1° north latitude and 9.7° west longitude. It is 67.4 km in diameter and was named after George K. Kunowsky, a German astronomer (1786–1846). Because it lies on a large flat plain, Kunowsky is easy to spot on maps and pictures.
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