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Mercury: Rupes

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Feature NameLatitudeLongitudeDiameter (km)Origin
Adventure Rupes-65.1-65.5naEnglish; one of Cook's ships on second voyage to the Pacific, 1772-75.
Astrolabe Rupes-42.6-70.7naFrench; d'Urville's ship to explore Antarctica, 1838-40.
Discovery Rupes-56.3-38.3naEnglish; Cook's ship on last voyage to Pacific, 1776-80.
Endeavour Rupes37.5-31.3naEnglish; Cook's ship to explore Tahiti, New Zealand, Australia, 1768-71.
Fram Rupes-56.9-93.3naNorwegian; ship used in Arctic by Nansen, 1892-96,
and by Sverdrup and Amundsen in Antarctica, 1909.
Gjoa Rupes-66.7-159.3naNorwegian; Amundsen's ship through Northwest passage, 1903-06.
Heemskerck Rupes25.9-125.3naDutch; one of Tasman's ships to explore Australia, New Zealand, 1642-43.
Hero Rupes-58.4-171.4naAmerican; Palmer's ship to explore Antarctic coast, 1820-21.
Mirni Rupes-37.3-39.9naRussian; Bellingshausen's ship for Antarctic exploration, 1819-21.
Pourquoi-Pas Rupes-58.1-156naFrench; Charcot's ship to explore Antarctica, 1908-10.
Resolution Rupes-63.8-51.7naEnglish; one of Cook's ships, second expedition to Pacific, 1772-75.
Santa Marķa Rupes5.5-19.7naSpanish; Columbus' flagship, first voyage to America, 1492.
Victoria Rupes50.9-31.1naSpanish; Magellan's and Del Cano's ship, first voyage around the world.
Vostok Rupes-37.7-19.5naRussian; Bellingshausen's ship for Antarctic exploration, 1819-21.
Zarya Rupes-42.8-20.5naUSSR; Motor-sail schooner to study Earth's magnetic field, 1953.
Zeehaen Rupes51-157naDutch; one of Tasman's ships to explore Australia, New Zealand, 1642-43.