Rozhdestvensky K
The crater Rozhdestvensky K.


Rozhdestvensky K is a moderately sized (42-kilometer [26-mile] diameter) impact crater on the southern rim of the larger crater Rozhdestvensky, near the moon’s north pole. These Mini-SAR images show massive slumping, as result of wall collapse caused by gravity. These images demonstrate that Mini-SAR images will be of great value in deciphering the geological evolution of the moon.