|Diameter 22 km|
Colongitude 310° at sunrise
|Depth 1.3 km|
Eponym Francis R. M. Crozier
Crozier is a lunar crater that is located on the southwest edge of Mare Fecunditatis, a lunar mare in the eastern part of the Moon's near side. It lies to the east-northeast of the prominent crater Colombo, and southeast of the small crater Bellot.
The narrow rim of this crater forms a distorted enclosure that has outward bulges along the northwest, southwest, and southeastern sides. The interior floor has been resurfaced and nearly filled by basaltic lava, producing a level surface with a low albedo that matches the dark hue of the nearby lunar mare. Nearly adjacent to the outer rim are the similar flooded craters Crozier D to the east and Crozier M to the southeast.
By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint that is closest to Crozier.