Ball is a lunarimpact crater that is located in the rugged southern highlands of the Moon. The formation is circular and symmetrical, and has receive little significant wear. The interior is rough-surfaced, curving downward toward the relatively wide central peak at the midpoint.
The crater is located to the west of the crater Lexell and southeast of Gauricus. To the south is Sasserides, and further to the south-southwest is the prominent ray crater Tycho.
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