Plaskett Crater   1 comment

Plaskett Crater seen from the north.  Center at 82.1 degrees North, 174.3 degrees East.  109km diameter.  200 meter per pixel data from the LOLA science team; ldem_80n_100m.jp2 reduced by half.  Snapshot from Meshlab, sharpened in Photoshop.


Posted January 31, 2012 by finkh in Uncategorized

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  1. Look at the Gigapixel-Zoom-Picture from the Moon-Northpole, published 2014 from the NASA. There you can see big stones rollen down on left side of the hill, which is in the middle of the Plaskett Crater. And some stones are to be seen on the top of the hill. The rolling stones made lines in the dusty surface.

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