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Aliacensis is a lunar impact crater that is located in the rugged southern highlands of the Moon. The crater Werner is located just to its north-northwest, and a narrow, rugged valley lies between the two comparably sized formations. To the southwest is Walther, and Apianus is to the northeast. The crater is named after 14th century French geographer and theologian Pierre d'Ailly. It is from the Nectarian period, which lasted from 3.92 to 3.85 billion years ago.
- also known as الینسیس
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The Moon in Close-up (2010)
A Next Generation Astronomer's Guide by John Wilkinson
Aliacensis is a 79 km wide irregular crater southeast of Mare Nubium. It has terraced walls with a large landslip on the eastern wall, leaving a baylike inflection in the wall. The walls rise to heights between 3.6 and 4.8 km above the interior.
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