Ejecta flowed down an unnamed crater wall leaving behind this spectacular pattern. LROC NAC M1145938700LR, center 34.653°N, 187.234°E; width is 1800 m, downslope is to the lower-right, north is up [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
An unnamed crater ejecta inside Dante C crater (54 km in diameter). LROC NAC M1137707212L, center 28.463°N, 182.491°E, width is 1728 m, downslope is to the lower-right [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Low reflectance material cascaded down the wall of what is likely a volcanic vent in the southwestern portion of the Orientale basin. Image width is approximately 750 m. LROC NAC image M1150135366 [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Boulders, most 10 to 20 meters across, pepper the flanks of a cratered mound in the floor of Copernicus crater. The scene is illuminated from the east (right); LROC NAC M1339037292R; image width ~1.1 km [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].