|Diameter||129.3 kilometres (80.3 mi)|
Zadeni is a large crater in the southern hemisphere of the dwarf planet Ceres, located at 70.36° S, 38.34° E. It has a diameter of 129.3 kilometres (80.3 mi). The crater is named after Zaden, or Zadeni, the Kartli (Georgian) god of fruitfulness. The International Astronomical Union (IAU) Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature (WGPSN) assigned the name after the crater's discovery during the Dawn mission.
Zadeni crater after sunrise (Photo: Dawn's HAMO image)
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