Terra Cimmeria Crater
Today's VIS image shows part of an unnamed crater in southern Terra Cimmeria. The rim of the crater is dissected by several channels (top of image) and the floor contains a small group of sand dunes (bottom of image).
Orbit Number: 84031 Latitude: -33.338 Longitude: 163.552 Instrument: VIS Captured: 2020-11-23 09:26
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