Radau (crater)

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Radau Crater
Radau Crater.jpg
Central peak of Radau Crater, as seen by HiRISE.
Planet Mars
Coordinates 17°06′N 4°48′W / 17.1°N 4.8°W / 17.1; -4.8Coordinates: 17°06′N 4°48′W / 17.1°N 4.8°W / 17.1; -4.8
Diameter 114.5 km

Radau Crater is an impact crater in the Oxia Palus quadrangle of Mars, located 17.1° N and 4.8° W. It is 114.5 km in diameter and was named for Rodolphe Radau, a French astronomer (1835–1911).[1]

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