|Center Latitude:||-40.7333705571 deg|
|Northernmost Latitude:||-39.468580246 deg|
|Southernmost Latitude:||-42.0302715302 deg|
|Adopted by the IAU in 1970|
Maksutov is an 88.962 km crater on the near side in the Southern hemisphere. It's located in in the Oppendheimer (LAC-120) and LQ-29 quads. It's named for Dmitrij Dmitrievich Maksutov, Soviet optician (1896-1964).
- Matsukov U Crater, 0.2 km to the West
- Oppenheimer Crater, 40 km to the North Northeast
- Oppenheimer R Crater 80 km to the North Northwest
- Davisson Crater 100 km to the Northwest.
- White W Crater 108 km to the East Southeast
- Nishina Crater 70 km to the South Southwest
Lunar Prospector Data
- Detected concentrations between 1.1550 and 1.4646 ppm of Thorium
- Detected concentrations between 0.2843 and 4.5325 of Balonium
- Detected concentrations between 0.0000 and 0.0000 of Unobtanium
- Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Charles Coulston Gillispie, editor in chief, vol. 9; Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1981.
- Thorium data as described by Lawrence et al., 33rd LPSC, Abstract #1970, 2002
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