Mie (crater)

Summary

Mie
Mie crater 844A06.jpg
PlanetMars
RegionCebrenia quadrangle
Coordinates47°58′N 225°44′W / 47.97°N 225.74°W / 47.97; -225.74Coordinates: 47°58′N 225°44′W / 47.97°N 225.74°W / 47.97; -225.74
QuadrangleCebrenia quadrangle
Diameter100.91 km
EponymGustav Mie

Mie Crater is an impact crater on Mars, located in the Cebrenia quadrangle. The crater was named after German physicist Gustav Mie in 1973.[1]

Viking Lander 2 landed near Mie crater in 1976.

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See also

References

  1. ^ "Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature | Mie". usgs.gov. International Astronomical Union. Retrieved 21 June 2020.