This crater is generally circular in form, with a slight outward bulge along the western rim. The outer rampart of ejecta spills over slightly into the Apollo basin floor, but the remainder of the rim lies in rugged irregular ground. At the mid-point is a central peak formation, with a pair of tiny craters to either side: east and southwest). The remaining floor is relatively flat to the north and somewhat more irregular to the south.
|C||26.5° S||148.8° W||19 km|
|Z||25.0° S||150.3° W||24 km|
The following craters have been renamed by the IAU.