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Crater Images

Here are some supplemental images of both terrestrial and lunar craters. All photographs courtesey of US Geological Survey. Click on the thumbnails for larger versions of the images.

Vertical arial view of a Meteor Crater in Arizona, one of the best preserved meteor impact craters in the world. This crater was formed from an impact about 20,000 years ago.


Here is an oblique view of the same Arizona Meteor Crater.

These are images of lunar craters. Pictured above is a south view across Oceanus Procellarum with the large crater, Schiaparelli.

This lunar crater is known as Timocharis and is 33 kiliometers in diameter.

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