Sarabhai is a small, circular, bowl-shaped crater on the Mare Serenitatis, in the northeast quadrant of the Moon. The formation is relatively isolated, being located to the northeast of the crater Bessel. It lies along a wrinkle ridge designated the Dorsum Azara.
This crater was previously identified as Bessel A before being renamed by the IAU. It is named after Vikram Sarabhai, considered the Father of the Indian Space Programme.