Trouvelot (Martian crater)

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Trouvelot Crater
Quadrângulo de Oxia Palus.JPG
Quadrangle map of Oxia Palus labeled with major features. This quadrangle contains many collapsed areas of Chaos and many outflow channels (old river valleys).
Planet Mars
Coordinates 16°12′N 13°06′W / 16.2°N 13.1°W / 16.2; -13.1Coordinates: 16°12′N 13°06′W / 16.2°N 13.1°W / 16.2; -13.1
Diameter 154.7 km
Eponym Étienne Léopold Trouvelot, a French astronomer (1827-1895)

Trouvelot Crater is a crater on Mars, located in the Oxia Palus quadrangle at 16.2° north latitude and 13.1° west longitude. It 154.7 km in diameter and was named after Étienne Léopold Trouvelot, a French astronomer (1827–1895).[1]

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