Map of Mare Australe quadrangle with major features labeled.
|Eponym||John Phillips and Theodore E. Philips|
Philips Crater is a crater in the Mare Australe quadrangle of Mars, located at 66.7° south latitude and 45.1° west longitude. It is 190.2 km in diameter and was named after John Phillips, a British geologist (1800–1874), and Theodore E. Philips, a British astronomer (1868–1942).
Phillips Crater as seen by CTX camera (on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter).
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