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Named craters on this map include (from largest to smallest): Kerwan (284 km), Yalode (271 km), Urvara (163 km), Conirarya (136 km), Zadeni (129 km), Dantu (125 km), Ezinu (120 km), Kirnis (115 km), Occator (92 km), Toharu (88 km), Gaue (84 km), Nawish (79 km), Fejokoo (70 km), Rongo (68 km), Sintana (61 km), Asari (52 km), Haulani (32 km), and Kait (0.4 km). Tiny Kait marks Ceres' prime meridian.
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Original image data dated on or about August 1, 2015
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