Starting at the rim of the crater Lichtenberg B, impact melt flowed and formed a channel, pushing boulders aside in the process. LROC NAC M120257109R, image width is 430 m, incidence angle is 57° [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Layered basalt on the wall of Marius A crater partially covered by debris. The crater rim is to the right of the image, and the floor of the crater is to the left. LROC NAC M137848463R, image width is 460 m, incidence angle is 33° [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
A high albedo granular flow traveled down the wall of Dionysius crater. Why is the flow curving around the crater floor? LROC NAC M111484008R, image width is 500 m [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].