Corby (crater)

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Corby Crater.JPG
A Photo taken by a Viking spacecraft of an area of Mars including the Corby crater, under the arrow
Planet Mars
Coordinates 42°53′N 137°34′E / 42.88°N 137.56°E / 42.88; 137.56Coordinates: 42°53′N 137°34′E / 42.88°N 137.56°E / 42.88; 137.56
Diameter 6.6 km
Eponym Corby, Northamptonshire, England

Corby is a crater approximately 6.6 km in diameter on the planet Mars, located at 42.88°N 137.56°E.

The crater was named after the town of Corby, Northamptonshire, England, referred to in an Apollo 11 conversation.

External links

  • Roving Mouse Mars Atlas feature index
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