Dorsum Heim

Dorsum Heim is a wrinkle ridge at 32°00′N 29°48′W / 32.0°N 29.8°W / 32.0; -29.8 in Mare Imbrium on the Moon. It is 148 km long and was named after Swiss geologist Albert Heim in 1976.[1]

Dorsum Heim is on the right the photo that includes the craters of C. Herschel and Heis
Oblique view from Apollo 17


  1. ^ "Dorsum Heim". Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature. USGS Astrogeology Research Program.