Schickard - Moon: South West Region
Schickard (227 km, depth 1.5 km) is one of the largest walled plains on the Moon. Located on the Western limb, it is 5 times the area of Plato, which has a similar structure. The floor is partially flooded by dark mare material – two large darker patches are evident. The most prominent crater in the interior is Schickard B (13 km).

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