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The French Academy of Sciences awarded him the Janssen Medal for 1914. There is an impact crater on Mars named in his honor. In 1921, he received the Prix Jules Janssen, the highest award of the Société astronomique de France, the French astronomical society.
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- HiRise, Crater Wall South of Jarry-Desloges Crater (PSP_003666_1660)
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