Possible Crater-Related Deposits North of Oudemans Crater
HiRISE PICTURE OF THE DAY: 1 MARCH 2021

Crater-Related Deposits North of Oudemans Crater

This image is centered at the boundary between smooth-toned impact melt deposits and a rougher-looking surface that may or may not be related to impact melt from Oudemans Crater. The goal here is to create a mosaic with coverage to the east to get a clearer sense of what is happening at the transition between these two materials.



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