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Venus: Paterae

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Feature NameLatitudeLongitudeDiameter (km)Origin
Aitchison Patera-16.7-10.628 Alison; American geographer.
Anning Paterae66.557.80 Mary; English paleontologist (1799-1847).
Anthony Patera48.232.670 Susan B.; American suffrage leader (1820-1906).
Apgar Patera43.183.8126 Virginia; American doctor (1909-1974).
[Aspasia Patera]56.4-171200 One of most outstanding women of ancient Greece (c. 470-429 B.C.). Name changed to Aspasia Corona.
Ayrton Patera6-132.785Hertha M.; English physicist (1854-1923).
[Ba'het Patera]48.40.1145 Egyptian who defeated Portugese. Changed to Ba'het Corona.
Bakhtadze Patera45.5-140.550Kseniya; Georgian tea genetist (1899-1978).
Barnes Patera-15.5-130.815Florence Lowe "Pancho"; American aviatrix (1901-1975).
Bers Patera-66.7-17717Sofya Andreyevna (Tolstaya); wife and copyist for Leo Tolstoy (1844-1919).
Bethune Patera46.5-38.794Mary; American educator (1875-1955).
Boadicea Paterae56.696.5220(Boudicca); queen and heroine of Iceni (English Celtic tribe) (d. A.D. 62).
Bremer Patera66.863.791Frederika; Swedish writer, reformer, feminist (1801-1865).
[Carriera Patera]48.648.897Rosalba; Italian portrait painter (1675-1757).
[Cassatt Patera]65.6-152.3152.1 Mary; American Impressionist painter (1844-1926). Name changed to Cassatt Corona.
[Cavell Patera]37.918.776Edith; British nurse, heroine (1865-1915). (Changed to Cavell Corona.)
Cherskaya Patera-5.2-127.585Mavra Pavlovna; Russian explorer of E. Siberia, wife of Ivan Chersky (c.1850-c. 1900).
[Cleopatra Patera]666.9119 Egyptian queen c. 69-30 B.C. Changed to Cleopatra as crater name.
Colette Patera66.3-37.2149Claudine; French novelist (1873-1954).
[Corday Patera]62.740.2135 Charlotte; French patriot (1768-1798).
Darclee Patera-37.4-96.215 Hariclea; Romanian soprano singer (1860-1939).
Davies Patera47.2-90.793Emily Sarah; British educator; college founder (1830-1921).
Destinnova Patera-31.5-109.815 Ema (pseudonym of Emilia Kittlova); Bohemian/Czech singer, also known as Emmy Destinn (1878-1930).
Dietrich Patera-5.3-124.7100Marlene (Maria Magdalena von Losch); German-born American actress (1901-1992).
Dutrieu Patera33.8-161.580 Helene; Belgian/French pioneer aviatrix (1877-1961).
Eliot Patera39.179116George; (Mary Ann Evans) English writer (1819-1880).
Fedchenko Patera-24-133.575Olga; Russian botanist, explorer of Central Asia (1845-1921).
Fedosova Patera45171.824Irina; Russian folk poet (1831-1899). Changed from Fedosova crater.
Garbo Patera1.5-101.875Greta Gustafsson; Swedish-born American actress (1905-1990).
Garland Patera32.7-153.245Judy; American singer and actress (1922-1969).
Graham Patera-6675Martha; American dancer, choreographer (1894-1991). Name changed from Graham crater.
Grizodubova Patera16.7-60.450Valentina; Soviet aviatrix (1910-1993).
Hatshepsut Patera28.164.5118Egyptian pharoah (1479 B.C.).
Hiei Chu Patera48.297.4139Chinese, converted silk worm product into thread and material (2698 B.C.).
Hroswitha Patera35.834.8163German writer (c. A.D. 935-975).
Izumi Patera50-166.474Sikibu; Japanese writer (974-1036).
Jaszai Patera32-5570Mary; Hungarian actress (1850-1926).
Jotuni Patera-6.5-146100Maria; Finnish writer (1880-1943).
Keller Patera45-8669Helen; blind and deaf American writer (1880-1968).
Kottauer Patera36.739.6136Helena; Austrian historical writer (1410-1471).
Kupo Patera-41.9-164.5100Irena; Israelite astronomer (1929-1978).
Kvasha Patera-9.56950Lidiya; Soviet mineralogist, meteorite researcher (1909-1977).
Labe Patera52.1-86.983Louise Charlin Perrin; French poet (1524-1566).
Ledoux Patera-9.2-135.275Jeanne; French artist (1767- 1840).
Libby Patera-34.5-160.590Leona Woods Marshall; American chemist and physicist (1919-1986).
Malibran Patera-18.4-135.460Maria Felicia Garcia; Spanish/French singer (1808-1836), sister of Pauline Viardot-Garcia (see Viardot Patera).
Malintzin Patera5781.560(Malina); Aztec Indian guide, interpreter (1501-1550).
Mansfield Patera29.5-132.580Cathrin (Cathleen Beauchamp); New Zealand writer (1888-1923).
Mehseti Patera16-4960Ganjevi; Azeri/Persian poetess (c. 1050-c. 1100).
Mezrina Patera-33.368.860Anna; Russian clay toy sculptor (1853-1938).
Mikhaylova Patera-26.8-11.870Dariya (better known as Dasha of Sevastopol); Russian nurse (c. 1830-c. 1915).
Nikolaeva Patera33.9-92.5100Olga V.; Russian planetologist/geochemist (1941-2000).
Nordenflycht Patera-35-94140Hedwig; Swedish poetess (1718-1763).
[Nzingha Patera]68.7-154.385.5(Ann Zingha) queen, head of Amazon band (1582-1663). Name changed to Nzingha Corona.
Panina Patera-13-50.250Varya; Gypsy/Russian singer (1872-1911).
Payne-Gaposchkin Patera-25.5-164100Cecilia Helena; American astronomer (1900-1979).
Pchilka Patera26.5-126100Olena (Olga Kosach); Ukrainian writer and ethnographer (1849-1930).
Pocahontas Patera64.949.478Powhatan Indian peacemaker (1595-1617).
Raskova Paterae-51-137.280Marina M.; Russian aviator (1912-1943).
Razia Patera46.2-162.2157Queen of Delhi Sultanate (India) (1236-1240).
Rogneda Patera-2.8-139.5120Gorislava; E. Slavic princess, wife of Vladimir 'The Red Sun', duke of Kiev,
mother of Yaroslav 'The Wise', grand duke of Kiev (c. 950-1000).
Sacajawea Patera64.3-24.6233Shoshoni Indian woman who served as an interpreter for the Lewis & Clark expedition (1786-1812).
Sachs Patera49.1-25.865Nelly; German-born Swedish playwright, poet (1891-1970).
[Sand Patera]41.715.5181George (Aurore Dupin); French novelist (1804-1876). Name changed to Sand Corona.
Sappho Patera14.116.5225Lyric poetess, Lesbos, Asia Minor (fl. between 160-580 B.C.).
[Schumann-Heink Patera]74.3-145.5121.7Ernestine; German singer (1861-1936). Name changed to Schumann-Heink Corona.
Serova Patera20-11360Valentina (Polovikova); Soviet actress (1918-1975).
Shelikhova Patera-75.7162.560Natalia; Russian explorer of Alaska (c. 1750-c. 1800).
Shulzhenko Patera6.5-95.560Klavdiya; Soviet singer (1906-1984).
Siddons Patera61.6-19.447Sarah; English actress (1755-1831).
Stopes Patera42.646.5169Marie; English paleontologist (1880-1959).
Tarbell Patera-58.2-8.580Ida; American author, editor (1857-1944).
Teasdale Patera-67.6-170.975Sara; American poet (1884- 1933).
Tenisheva Patera-1.4-105.280Mariya; Russian painter and art collector (1867-1928).
Tey Patera-17.8-10.920Josephine; Scottish author (1897-1952).
[Theodora Patera]23-800 Famous Byzantine woman. Feature resolved to be part of chasma.
Tipporah Patera38.94399Hebrew medical scholar (1500 B.C.).
[Tituba Patera]42.4-145.3163 Nurse who started Salem witch hunt (c. 1692). Name changed to Tituba Corona.
[Trotula Patera]41.318.9146Italian physician (A.D. 1097). Name changed to Trotula Corona.
Viardot Patera-7-105.755(Viardot-Garcia) Pauline; French singer and composer (1821-1910).
Vibert-Douglas Patera-11.6-165.745Allie; Canadian astronomer (1894-1988).
Villepreux-Power Patera-22-150100Jeannette; French marine biologist (1794-1871).
Vovchok Patera-38-5080Marko (Mariya Vilinskaya-Markovich); Ukrainian/Russian writer (1833-1907).
Wilde Patera-21.3-93.775Lady Jane Francesca; Irish poet (1821-1891).
[Woodhull Patera]37.4-54.683 Victoria; American-English lecturer (1838-1927).
[Yaroslavna Patera]38.821.2112Russian, wife of Prince Igor; patiently awaited his return from captivity (12th cent). Changed to Yaroslavna Corona.
Zemaite Patera-35-9760 Julia; Lithuanian writer (1845-1921).