08 Jun 2010
23 Oct 2009
A plethora of boulders surrounds braided flows of impact melt along the inside wall of crater Epigenes A. As the melt moves toward the crater floor (direction indicated by white arrow), the flow buries and moves boulders. Epigenes A is a 18 km diameter crater located at 66.9°N and 0.3°W on the rim of crater W. Bond. The NAC image is 540 meters wide [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
13 Oct 2009
Distinctive asymmetrical ejecta surrounding a 140 meter diameter crater in the lunar highlands. Crater is located on the northeastern rim of the eroded (pre-Nectarian) crater Hommel at -52.9° N and 34.6° E. Image width is 600 meters and north is up, 0.6 m/pixel resolution [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
02 Oct 2009
Subset of uncalibrated LROC NAC frame M104447576R showing Vallis Lorca, one of four lobes that make up Aratus CA in western Mare Serenitatis near the Montes Apennius. The Sun is shining from the lower left, image width is 1924 meters [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
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