False-color near infrared view of Titan's northern hemisphere, showing its seas and lakes.
|Diameter||200 km[note 1]|
The lake is located at latitude 48.6°N and longitude 308.29° W on Titan's globe, and is composed of liquid methane and ethane, At 200 km in diameter it is the third largest lake on Titan and is named after Hammar Lake in southern Iraq, its name being adopted by the IAU on Dec 3, 2013. Its area is given as 18600 km2.
- The USGS web site gives the size as a "diameter", but it is actually the length in the longest dimension.
- Map of the liquid bodies in the north polar region of Titan.
- "Hammar Lacus". Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature. International Astronomical Union (IAU) Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature (WGPSN). 2013-12-03. Retrieved 2015-10-16.
- Coustenis, A.; Taylor, F. W. (21 July 2008). Titan: Exploring an Earthlike World. World Scientific. pp. 154–155. ISBN 978-981-281-161-5.
- Shannon M. MacKenzie; Jason W. Barnes; Christophe Sotin; Jason M. Soderblom; Stéphane Le Mouélic; Sebastien Rodriguez; Kevin H. Baines; Bonnie J. Buratti; Roger N. Clark; Phillip D. Nicholson; Thomas B. McCord (2014-10-02). "Evidence of Titan's climate history from evaporite distribution" (PDF). Icarus. 243: 195. arXiv: . Bibcode:2014Icar..243..191M. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2014.08.022. Retrieved 2015-10-16.
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