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Wirtz Crater Dunes with ripples and frost, as seen by HiRISE.
|Eponym||Carl Wilhelm Wirtz, a German astronomer (1886-1956)|
Wirtz Crater is a crater in Argyre quadrangle of Mars at 48.6° south latitude and 26° west longitude, It is 129 km in diameter and was named after Carl Wilhelm Wirtz, a German astronomer (1886–1956).
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