List of geological features on Oberon

Summary

This is a list of named geological features (mostly craters) on Oberon.

ChasmataEdit

There is one named chasm on Oberon.

Chasma Coordinates Diameter (km) Approval Date Named After Ref
Mommur Chasma 16°18′S 323°30′E / 16.3°S 323.5°E / -16.3; 323.5 (Mommur) 537 1988 Mommur, English folklore WGPSN

CratersEdit

Oberonian craters are named after characters in the plays of William Shakespeare.

Crater Coordinates Diameter (km) Approval Date Named After Ref
Antony 27°30′S 65°24′E / 27.5°S 65.4°E / -27.5; 65.4 (Antony) 47 1988 Mark Antony WGPSN
Caesar 26°36′S 61°06′E / 26.6°S 61.1°E / -26.6; 61.1 (Caesar) 76 1988 Julius Caesar WGPSN
Coriolanus 11°24′S 345°12′E / 11.4°S 345.2°E / -11.4; 345.2 (Coriolanus) 120 1988 Coriolanus WGPSN
Falstaff 22°06′S 19°00′E / 22.1°S 19°E / -22.1; 19 (Falstaff) 124 1988 Falstaff WGPSN
Hamlet 46°06′S 44°24′E / 46.1°S 44.4°E / -46.1; 44.4 (Hamlet) 206 1988 Hamlet WGPSN
Lear 5°24′S 31°30′E / 5.4°S 31.5°E / -5.4; 31.5 (Lear) 126 1988 King Lear WGPSN
Macbeth 58°24′S 112°30′E / 58.4°S 112.5°E / -58.4; 112.5 (Macbeth) 203 1988 Macbeth WGPSN
Othello 66°00′S 42°54′E / 66°S 42.9°E / -66; 42.9 (Othello) 114 1988 Othello WGPSN
Romeo 28°42′S 89°24′E / 28.7°S 89.4°E / -28.7; 89.4 (Romeo) 159 1988 Romeo WGPSN

External linksEdit

  • USGS: Oberon nomenclature