Houssay (crater)

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Coordinates 83°00′N 98°30′E / 83.0°N 98.5°E / 83.0; 98.5Coordinates: 83°00′N 98°30′E / 83.0°N 98.5°E / 83.0; 98.5
Diameter 24.5 km
Eponym Bernardo Houssay

Houssay is a lunar impact crater located on the lunar far side near the northern pole. The crater is located to the Northeast of and directly adjacent to crater Nansen. Houssay was adopted and named after Argentinian physiologist Bernardo Houssay by the IAU in 2009.[1]


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