Norman (crater)

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Norman
Norman crater 4132 h2.jpg
Coordinates 11°48′S 30°24′W / 11.8°S 30.4°W / -11.8; -30.4Coordinates: 11°48′S 30°24′W / 11.8°S 30.4°W / -11.8; -30.4
Diameter 10 km
Depth 2.0 km
Colongitude 30° at sunrise
Eponym Robert Norman
Oblique view from Apollo 16, at a low sun angle

Norman is a small lunar impact crater on the Oceanus Procellarum, to the south and slightly west of the crater Euclides. To the west-southwest is Herigonius. There are few other features of note in the vicinity, apart from some minor wrinkle ridges in the surface of the mare.

Norman is a circular, bowl-shaped formation with a small floor at the midpoint of the sloping inner walls. This feature was previously designated Euclides B prior to being renamed by the IAU.

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