Mons Dieter is a mountain (hill) on the Moon, located in King, an impact crater (along with other peaks Mons André, Mons Ardeshir, Mons Dilip), at . It has a diameter of 20 kilometres (12 mi). The mountain was named Dieter, a German male name, in 1976. The mountain is never visible from the Earth, as it is located on the far side of the Moon.
|Width||20 km (12 mi)|
|English translation||Masculine name Dieter|
|Language of name||German|
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