Dark material on the wall of a Copernican crater. The center of the crater is to the lower left. Image number M135847041R, incidence angle 53°, image scale 0.53 m/pixel [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Channelized impact melt flow cut through pre-existing rock. Image number M103216633L, incidence angle 68°, image scale 1.4 m/pixels, sunlight direction is from the left [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Waves of impact melt in Jackson crater. Sun direction is from the lower right hand corner. Image number M112658386R, incidence angle 46°, image scale 0.54 m/pixels [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
A tight turn in a sinuous rille. Could you drive a SUV sized rover through it? Probably, it's flat on the bottom. Just watch out for house-sized boulders. Image number M157934151L, incidence angle 35°, image is 1.75 km across [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Cracks in impact melt inside Thales crater. The smooth impact melt is fractured and then sprinkled with boulders from the neighboring slope. LROC NAC M157270357R, image scale is 0.53 meters/pixel, incidence angle is 62° [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
A dry flow of boulders down the slope of Riccioli CA's inner wall. Slope direction is from the bottom right hand corner to the upper left hand corner. LROC NAC M112074670R, image scale is 0.5 meters/pixel, incidence angle is 34° [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].