Fleming cannot be seen from the Earth. It lies about a crater diameter to the east-northeast of Hertz and is northwest of Lobachevskiy. The low rim of this crater is heavily eroded. The floor of the crater is also marked by a number of small impacts.
|D||17.0° N||114.0° E||25 km|
|N||12.7° N||108.8° E||24 km|
|W||18.0° N||106.2° E||50 km|
|Y||18.2° N||108.2° E||30 km|
- McKanic, Arlene (8 August 2011). "Famous Craters and the People They Are Named After".