HiPOD (13 November 2018): A Crater in the Aureole of Pavonis…

HiPOD (13 November 2018): A Crater in the Aureole of Pavonis Mons

   – This is an unusual crater in the Pavonis Mons aureole, possibly a glacial deposit. It appears to have secondaries or textured ejecta (sign of freshness), but is mostly infilled. It also has an unusual ringing trough or fracture. (Alt: 255 km. Black and white is less than 5 km across; enhanced color is less than 1 km.)

NASA/JPL/University of Arizona