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Terrain shown in this view from Ceres lies within the large, southern hemisphere impact basin named Zadeni. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 17, 2016.
Terrain shown in this view from Ceres lies within the large, southern hemisphere impact basin named Zadeni. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 17, 2016.

Dawn LAMO Image 139

Terrain shown in this view from Ceres lies within the large, southern hemisphere impact basin named Zadeni. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 17, 2016.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20859
Added: 2016-07-29

Views: 20

Dawn LAMO Image 139

Terrain shown in this view from Ceres lies within the large, southern hemisphere impact basin named Zadeni. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 17, 2016.

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The scene shows a complex of craters in mid-southern latitudes on Ceres, just west of the peaks known as Niman Rupes. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016.
The scene shows a complex of craters in mid-southern latitudes on Ceres, just west of the peaks known as Niman Rupes. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016.

Dawn LAMO Image 138

The scene shows a complex of craters in mid-southern latitudes on Ceres, just west of the peaks known as Niman Rupes. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20858
Added: 2016-07-28

Views: 48

Dawn LAMO Image 138

The scene shows a complex of craters in mid-southern latitudes on Ceres, just west of the peaks known as Niman Rupes. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016.

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NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 7, 2016, showing a small crater within the larger southern hemisphere crater named Mondamin on Ceres.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 7, 2016, showing a small crater within the larger southern hemisphere crater named Mondamin on Ceres.

Dawn LAMO Image 137

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 7, 2016, showing a small crater within the larger southern hemisphere crater named Mondamin on Ceres.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20857
Added: 2016-07-27

Views: 64

Dawn LAMO Image 137

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 7, 2016, showing a small crater within the larger southern hemisphere crater named Mondamin on Ceres.

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This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows terrain in the southern hemisphere of Ceres. Most of the image is the impact crater named Annona (37 miles, 60 kilometers across); the smaller, prominent crater at upper left is unnamed.
This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows terrain in the southern hemisphere of Ceres. Most of the image is the impact crater named Annona (37 miles, 60 kilometers across); the smaller, prominent crater at upper left is unnamed.

Dawn LAMO Image 136

This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows terrain in the southern hemisphere of Ceres. Most of the image is the impact crater named Annona (37 miles, 60 kilometers across); the smaller, prominent crater at upper left is unnamed.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20856
Added: 2016-07-26

Views: 59

Dawn LAMO Image 136

This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows terrain in the southern hemisphere of Ceres. Most of the image is the impact crater named Annona (37 miles, 60 kilometers across); the smaller, prominent crater at upper left is unnamed.

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NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on Feb. 4, 2016, showing a double impact feature at high northern latitudes on Ceres, just south of the large crater named Ghanan.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on Feb. 4, 2016, showing a double impact feature at high northern latitudes on Ceres, just south of the large crater named Ghanan.

Dawn LAMO Image 135

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on Feb. 4, 2016, showing a double impact feature at high northern latitudes on Ceres, just south of the large crater named Ghanan.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20835
Added: 2016-07-25

Views: 71

Dawn LAMO Image 135

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on Feb. 4, 2016, showing a double impact feature at high northern latitudes on Ceres, just south of the large crater named Ghanan.

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Liber Crater is featured at lower left in this image from Ceres. Named for the Roman god of agriculture, Liber is 14 miles (23 kilometers). NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 16, 2016.
Liber Crater is featured at lower left in this image from Ceres. Named for the Roman god of agriculture, Liber is 14 miles (23 kilometers). NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 16, 2016.

Dawn LAMO Image 134

Liber Crater is featured at lower left in this image from Ceres. Named for the Roman god of agriculture, Liber is 14 miles (23 kilometers). NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 16, 2016.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20834
Added: 2016-07-22

Views: 115

Dawn LAMO Image 134

Liber Crater is featured at lower left in this image from Ceres. Named for the Roman god of agriculture, Liber is 14 miles (23 kilometers). NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 16, 2016.

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NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this view from Ceres on June 16, 2016, showing Ernutet Crater (32 miles, 52 kilometers in diameter) at top.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this view from Ceres on June 16, 2016, showing Ernutet Crater (32 miles, 52 kilometers in diameter) at top.

Dawn LAMO Image 133

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this view from Ceres on June 16, 2016, showing Ernutet Crater (32 miles, 52 kilometers in diameter) at top.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20833
Added: 2016-07-21

Views: 120

Dawn LAMO Image 133

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this view from Ceres on June 16, 2016, showing Ernutet Crater (32 miles, 52 kilometers in diameter) at top.

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The rim of the crater blocks sunlight coming from the right, creating a moody scene on Ceres. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 16, 2016.
The rim of the crater blocks sunlight coming from the right, creating a moody scene on Ceres. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 16, 2016.

Dawn LAMO Image 132

The rim of the crater blocks sunlight coming from the right, creating a moody scene on Ceres. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 16, 2016.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20832
Added: 2016-07-20

Views: 118

Dawn LAMO Image 132

The rim of the crater blocks sunlight coming from the right, creating a moody scene on Ceres. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 16, 2016.

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A cluster of bright areas in Ceres' Occator Crater are seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. These areas are not as bright as the material at the center of the crater.
A cluster of bright areas in Ceres' Occator Crater are seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. These areas are not as bright as the material at the center of the crater.

Dawn LAMO Image 131

A cluster of bright areas in Ceres' Occator Crater are seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. These areas are not as bright as the material at the center of the crater.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20831
Added: 2016-07-19

Views: 173

Dawn LAMO Image 131

A cluster of bright areas in Ceres' Occator Crater are seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. These areas are not as bright as the material at the center of the crater.

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NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this moody scene on Ceres, located within Zadeni Crater, named for the ancient Georgian god of bountiful harvest. Dawn saw Zadeni at approximately 76 miles (120 kilometers) in diameter on June 15, 2016.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this moody scene on Ceres, located within Zadeni Crater, named for the ancient Georgian god of bountiful harvest. Dawn saw Zadeni at approximately 76 miles (120 kilometers) in diameter on June 15, 2016.

Dawn LAMO Image 130

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this moody scene on Ceres, located within Zadeni Crater, named for the ancient Georgian god of bountiful harvest. Dawn saw Zadeni at approximately 76 miles (120 kilometers) in diameter on June 15, 2016.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20830
Added: 2016-07-18

Views: 156

Dawn LAMO Image 130

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this moody scene on Ceres, located within Zadeni Crater, named for the ancient Georgian god of bountiful harvest. Dawn saw Zadeni at approximately 76 miles (120 kilometers) in diameter on June 15, 2016.

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This image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows a portion of Homshuk Crater, left, on Ceres. This crater was named for a corn spirit originating with the Popoluca people of southern Mexico.
This image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows a portion of Homshuk Crater, left, on Ceres. This crater was named for a corn spirit originating with the Popoluca people of southern Mexico.

Dawn LAMO Image 129

This image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows a portion of Homshuk Crater, left, on Ceres. This crater was named for a corn spirit originating with the Popoluca people of southern Mexico.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20829
Added: 2016-07-15

Views: 136

Dawn LAMO Image 129

This image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows a portion of Homshuk Crater, left, on Ceres. This crater was named for a corn spirit originating with the Popoluca people of southern Mexico.

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This image shows Sekhet Crater, at right, in a shadowy scene from Ceres. Sekhet is 25 miles wide (41 kilometers wide). NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016. A smooth plain surrounds the smaller crater at left.
This image shows Sekhet Crater, at right, in a shadowy scene from Ceres. Sekhet is 25 miles wide (41 kilometers wide). NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016. A smooth plain surrounds the smaller crater at left.

Dawn LAMO Image 128

This image shows Sekhet Crater, at right, in a shadowy scene from Ceres. Sekhet is 25 miles wide (41 kilometers wide). NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016. A smooth plain surrounds the smaller crater at left.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20828
Added: 2016-07-14

Views: 252

Dawn LAMO Image 128

This image shows Sekhet Crater, at right, in a shadowy scene from Ceres. Sekhet is 25 miles wide (41 kilometers wide). NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016. A smooth plain surrounds the smaller crater at left.

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A portion of the rim of giant Yalode Crater is seen in this image of Ceres. Yalode is approximately 162 miles (260 kilometers) in diameter. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016.
A portion of the rim of giant Yalode Crater is seen in this image of Ceres. Yalode is approximately 162 miles (260 kilometers) in diameter. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016.

Dawn LAMO Image 127

A portion of the rim of giant Yalode Crater is seen in this image of Ceres. Yalode is approximately 162 miles (260 kilometers) in diameter. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20827
Added: 2016-07-13

Views: 211

Dawn LAMO Image 127

A portion of the rim of giant Yalode Crater is seen in this image of Ceres. Yalode is approximately 162 miles (260 kilometers) in diameter. NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 15, 2016.

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This image shows cratered terrain on dwarf planet Ceres, seen by NASA's Dawn spacecraft on June 15, 2016. The image is centered at approximately 3 degrees north latitude, 208 degrees east longitude.
This image shows cratered terrain on dwarf planet Ceres, seen by NASA's Dawn spacecraft on June 15, 2016. The image is centered at approximately 3 degrees north latitude, 208 degrees east longitude.

Dawn LAMO Image 126

This image shows cratered terrain on dwarf planet Ceres, seen by NASA's Dawn spacecraft on June 15, 2016. The image is centered at approximately 3 degrees north latitude, 208 degrees east longitude.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20826
Added: 2016-07-12

Views: 187

Dawn LAMO Image 126

This image shows cratered terrain on dwarf planet Ceres, seen by NASA's Dawn spacecraft on June 15, 2016. The image is centered at approximately 3 degrees north latitude, 208 degrees east longitude.

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This image, created using data from NASA's Dawn spacecraft, shows craters (blue markings) called 'cold traps'. These shadowed craters may have been collecting ice for billions of years because they are so cold.
This image, created using data from NASA's Dawn spacecraft, shows craters (blue markings) called 'cold traps'. These shadowed craters may have been collecting ice for billions of years because they are so cold.

Shadowed Craters on Ceres

This image, created using data from NASA's Dawn spacecraft, shows craters (blue markings) called 'cold traps'. These shadowed craters may have been collecting ice for billions of years because they are so cold.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20696
Added: 2016-07-08

Views: 872

Shadowed Craters on Ceres

This image, created using data from NASA's Dawn spacecraft, shows craters (blue markings) called 'cold traps'. These shadowed craters may have been collecting ice for billions of years because they are so cold.

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Blue dots on this map indicate sites of recurring slope lineae (RSL) in part of the Valles Marineris canyon network on Mars, from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Blue dots on this map indicate sites of recurring slope lineae (RSL) in part of the Valles Marineris canyon network on Mars, from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Sites with Seasonal Streaks on Slopes in Mars Canyons

Blue dots on this map indicate sites of recurring slope lineae (RSL) in part of the Valles Marineris canyon network on Mars, from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Target: Mars
Mission: Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO)
Spacecraft: Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO)
Instrument: High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE)
ID#: PIA20756
Added: 2016-07-07

Views: 1094

Sites with Seasonal Streaks on Slopes in Mars Canyons

Blue dots on this map indicate sites of recurring slope lineae (RSL) in part of the Valles Marineris canyon network on Mars, from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

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NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 13, 2016, showing the limb of Ceres from above an equatorial region east of Kirnis Crater.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 13, 2016, showing the limb of Ceres from above an equatorial region east of Kirnis Crater.

Dawn LAMO Image 125

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 13, 2016, showing the limb of Ceres from above an equatorial region east of Kirnis Crater.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20825
Added: 2016-07-07

Views: 224

Dawn LAMO Image 125

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 13, 2016, showing the limb of Ceres from above an equatorial region east of Kirnis Crater.

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NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 13, 2016, showing the limb of Ceres from above an equatorial region east of Kirnis Crater.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 13, 2016, showing the limb of Ceres from above an equatorial region east of Kirnis Crater.

Dawn LAMO Image 124

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 13, 2016, showing the limb of Ceres from above an equatorial region east of Kirnis Crater.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20824
Added: 2016-07-06

Views: 255

Dawn LAMO Image 124

NASA's Dawn spacecraft took this image on June 13, 2016, showing the limb of Ceres from above an equatorial region east of Kirnis Crater.

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A portion of the rugged rim of Occator Crater is seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. Occator, a young crater approximately 80 million years old.
A portion of the rugged rim of Occator Crater is seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. Occator, a young crater approximately 80 million years old.

Dawn LAMO Image 123

A portion of the rugged rim of Occator Crater is seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. Occator, a young crater approximately 80 million years old.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20823
Added: 2016-07-05

Views: 289

Dawn LAMO Image 123

A portion of the rugged rim of Occator Crater is seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. Occator, a young crater approximately 80 million years old.

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Two overlapping, unnamed craters with long shadows are seen high in the northern hemisphere of Ceres, captured by NASA's Dawn spacecraft on April 21, 2016.
Two overlapping, unnamed craters with long shadows are seen high in the northern hemisphere of Ceres, captured by NASA's Dawn spacecraft on April 21, 2016.

Dawn LAMO Image 122

Two overlapping, unnamed craters with long shadows are seen high in the northern hemisphere of Ceres, captured by NASA's Dawn spacecraft on April 21, 2016.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20822
Added: 2016-07-01

Views: 318

Dawn LAMO Image 122

Two overlapping, unnamed craters with long shadows are seen high in the northern hemisphere of Ceres, captured by NASA's Dawn spacecraft on April 21, 2016.

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Cratered terrain in the northern hemisphere of Ceres is seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. The scene is dotted with small impacts among larger, more ancient craters.
Cratered terrain in the northern hemisphere of Ceres is seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. The scene is dotted with small impacts among larger, more ancient craters.

Dawn LAMO Image 121

Cratered terrain in the northern hemisphere of Ceres is seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. The scene is dotted with small impacts among larger, more ancient craters.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20821
Added: 2016-06-30

Views: 265

Dawn LAMO Image 121

Cratered terrain in the northern hemisphere of Ceres is seen in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. The scene is dotted with small impacts among larger, more ancient craters.

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The inset perspective view from NASA's Dawn space of Ceres' bright spot Occator Crator is overlaid with data concerning the composition. Red signifies a high abundance of carbonates, while gray indicates a low carbonate abundance.
The inset perspective view from NASA's Dawn space of Ceres' bright spot Occator Crator is overlaid with data concerning the composition. Red signifies a high abundance of carbonates, while gray indicates a low carbonate abundance.

Occator Crater and Carbonates

The inset perspective view from NASA's Dawn space of Ceres' bright spot Occator Crator is overlaid with data concerning the composition. Red signifies a high abundance of carbonates, while gray indicates a low carbonate abundance.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20694
Added: 2016-06-29

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Occator Crater and Carbonates

The inset perspective view from NASA's Dawn space of Ceres' bright spot Occator Crator is overlaid with data concerning the composition. Red signifies a high abundance of carbonates, while gray indicates a low carbonate abundance.

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Smooth terrain around the western rim of Ikapati Crater on Ceres is visible in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. The area contains material ejected from Ikapati during its formation.
Smooth terrain around the western rim of Ikapati Crater on Ceres is visible in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. The area contains material ejected from Ikapati during its formation.

Dawn LAMO Image 120

Smooth terrain around the western rim of Ikapati Crater on Ceres is visible in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. The area contains material ejected from Ikapati during its formation.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20820
Added: 2016-06-29

Views: 466

Dawn LAMO Image 120

Smooth terrain around the western rim of Ikapati Crater on Ceres is visible in this image from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. The area contains material ejected from Ikapati during its formation.

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This image shows the rim of Ikapati Crater on Ceres, which lies in the dwarf planet's northern hemisphere. Groupings of roughly parallel, narrow, linear fractures can be seen inside and outside the crater.
This image shows the rim of Ikapati Crater on Ceres, which lies in the dwarf planet's northern hemisphere. Groupings of roughly parallel, narrow, linear fractures can be seen inside and outside the crater.

Dawn LAMO Image 119

This image shows the rim of Ikapati Crater on Ceres, which lies in the dwarf planet's northern hemisphere. Groupings of roughly parallel, narrow, linear fractures can be seen inside and outside the crater.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20819
Added: 2016-06-28

Views: 234

Dawn LAMO Image 119

This image shows the rim of Ikapati Crater on Ceres, which lies in the dwarf planet's northern hemisphere. Groupings of roughly parallel, narrow, linear fractures can be seen inside and outside the crater.

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This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft features the rugged rim of Occator Crater at left. A number of thin fractures are visible, roughly parallel to the rim.
This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft features the rugged rim of Occator Crater at left. A number of thin fractures are visible, roughly parallel to the rim.

Dawn LAMO Image 118

This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft features the rugged rim of Occator Crater at left. A number of thin fractures are visible, roughly parallel to the rim.

Target: Ceres
Mission: Dawn
Spacecraft: Dawn
Instrument: Framing Camera
ID#: PIA20818
Added: 2016-06-27

Views: 261

Dawn LAMO Image 118

This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft features the rugged rim of Occator Crater at left. A number of thin fractures are visible, roughly parallel to the rim.

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