Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera

NAC Anaglyph: Humboldt Crater Floor

A floor fracture and central peak structure on the floor of Humboldt Crater (207 km diameter) that  formed directly after impact. Intrusive volcanic activity likely caused the floor of the crater to lift up and then fracture  [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].

 

Anaglyph through the floor of Humboldt Crater, located at 27.48°S, 80.17°E. NAC images M1181940360L/R, M1181933256L/R [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].

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EDRs:
M1181933256R
M1181933256L
M1181940360R
M1181940360L

 


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