Banded layers of mare basalts revealed in the east wall of Herigonius crater. The crater rim crest is located outside the top of the image (north to the left). Debris and boulders accumulate downslope (bottom) toward the crater floor. LROC NAC M150741485; image width 500 m [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
LROC NAC M1144856403R of a mound littered with boulders located within the floor of Tycho crater. The small clearing, which lacks boulders, is most likely squeezed up impact melt. Image width is ~2400 ft (730 m) and North points up [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Irregular depression at the head of a floor fracture skirting the western floor of Lavoisier crater. Low reflectance material, thought to be pyroclastics, appears to have flowed East into nearby parts of the crater floor. LROC NAC mosaic M105055584LR, image width is ~15 km (9 miles), North is up [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].