Branched Impact Melts (Hiroyuki Sato) Impact melt on the northern rim of an unnamed crater. Image center is 0.133ºN, 85.205ºE, image width is 500 m, downslope is towards the top. NAC 139348293R [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]. Advertisements
> Boulders clustered on a positive relief bulge in an impact melt deposit on the floor of Anaxagoras crater (73.5°S, 349.7°E); most of the boulders are 10 – 30 m across. LROC NAC M155309869R, image width is 910 m. via [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University] Continue reading ‚Impact melt in Anaxagoras crater‘„
> A fault scarp separates two zones of impact melt within the King crater wall (5.0°N, 120.5°E). NAC image number M115529715RE; incidence angle 75°; Sun is from the right, image is ~900 meters across; north is up [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University] Continue reading ‚Fault scarp with impact melt in King crater
> Intricate fault patterns enhanced by dawn lighting in Seares crater (Sun is shining from lower right). North is up, image width is 2800 meters, M130681684LR [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]. quell: nasaLRO
> Small fresh crater in Palitzsch B, with a shape and ejecta pattern typical of an oblique impact. North is up, image width is 500 m, LROC NAC M154785423R [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
> Fractured and slumping rim of Klute W crater. Image is 900 meters wide, LROC NAC M143201144RE [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]. Continue reading ‚Post-impact modification of Klute W‘
> Striated blocks in Aristarchus crater! Field of striated boulders on the wall of Aristarchus crater. Uphill is towards top of image. LROC NAC image M120161915 [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]. Quelle:Continue reading ‚Striated blocks in Aristarchus crater
> Spanning over 130 km in length, Rimae Posidonius is a sinuous rille winding across the floor of Posidonius crater. LROC WAC mosaic at 100 m/pixel, arrow points to the rille and location of an LROC NAC close-up.. [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University] Continue reading ‚Rimae Posidonius‘
> NAC view of a part of the lava terrace within the Bowditch feature. The wall of Bowditch is on the right and the terrace is located between the two dashed white lines. LROC NAC image M101478053R, image width is 2400 m, incidence angle is 86° [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]. Continue reading „Bowditch Lava Terraces“
> LROC WAC topography of Sinus Iridum, blue shows the lowest areas and red the highest. From promontory to promontory Sinus Iridum is 235 km across [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]. Continue reading ‚Sinus Iridum – Next Destination?
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