Tycho Brahe (crater)
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Image of Tycho Brahe taken by Mars Global Surveyor
Tycho Brahe is a crater on Mars named after the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe. It is located in the Cerberus hemisphere of Mars, around 49.8° south and 213.9° west, in an area which is southeast of the Martz crater and east of the Hellas Basin.
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