Craters 5 km to 20 km in diameter (60N to 90N, 180W to 180N).

Vector map of lunar craters greater than or equal to 5 kilometers and less than or equal to 20 kilometers in diameter centered between 60N to 90N latitude and 180W to 180E longitude. The map base consisted of the monochromatic (643nm) LROC WAC morphologic map with a resolution of 100 meters/pixel. Crater rims were digitized at a scale between 1:250,000 and 1:500,000. This is one part of a six part series of lunar crater shapefiles.

When citing this product, use the following reference: Povilaitis, R. Z., Robinson, M. S., van der Bogert, C. H., Hiesinger, H., Meyer, H. M., & Ostrach, L. R. (2017). Crater density differences: Exploring regional resurfacing, secondary crater populations, and crater saturation equilibrium on the moon. Planetary and Space Science. doi:10.1016/j.pss.2017.05.006.

Polygon shapefiles are available in the IAU Moon 2000 Geographic Coordinate System in both the -180 to 180 and 0 to 360 longitude domains.

Longitude Domain Product Name

Shapefile Field Descriptions:

  • DIAM_KM: Crater diameter in kilometers
  • X_COORD: Longitude in degrees (-180 to 180)
  • Y_COORD: Latitude in degrees
  • TAG: Description of feature. Default set to "standard." Questionable features are marked with "?"

Craters 5 to 20 km (60N to 90N, 180E to 180W) Shapefile