29 Mar 2010
A small secondary crater chain near the southwestern margin of Mare Orientale, within the Inner Rook Mountains. The ~125-meter-long chain lies within one of the Constellation Program regions of interest in the Orientale multi-ring basin. Image is about 530 meters across, M112224591R [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
09 Feb 2010
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Overlapping petals of bright ejecta illustrate the complexity of ejecta emplacement, even in smaller impact events. The source crater is ~120 meters in diameter and lies on the floor of Murchison Crater, one of the Constellation regions of interest. Image size is 500-meter x 500-meter from LROC NAC frame M111599349RE; north is up [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
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