Rupes Kelvin is an escarpment near Promontorium Kelvin on the near side of the Moon, at . It is 86 km long. It takes its name from Promontorium Kelvin, which was named after the Irish scientist, physicist and engineer William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin.
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