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Rayet is a small lunar impact crater that lies on the far side of
the Moon, past the northeast limb. It lies to the southwest of the
larger crater Millikan, and east of the comparably sized Petrie.
This crater is roughly circular in shape, with a sharp edge and
relatively featureless inner walls that slope downward to the
nearly level interior floor. The diameter of the floor is roughly
two-thirds that of the crater. This formation has not been notably
worn by impact erosion, and is otherwise undistinguished. This
feature is named after the French astronomer Georges Rayet
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