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Mons Delisle is a mountain on the Moon, located on the edge of Mare Imbrium west of the crater Delisle. It is elongated in shape and is about 30 kilometres (19 mi) long. The mountain was named after the nearby crater of the same name by the IAU in 1985.[1]

Mons Delisle
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Aerial photo of Mons Delisle taken during Apollo 15.
Highest point
ListingLunar mountains
Coordinates29°30′N 35°48′W / 29.5°N 35.8°W / 29.5; -35.8
Geography
Locationthe Moon
Mosaic showing part of Mons Delisle, from Apollo 15

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  1. ^ Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature, International Astronomical Union (IAU) Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature, Feature 3976

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