Debussy Makes a Good Impression
This image shows Debussy crater, named for the impressionist-era French composer Claude Debussy. The impact crater's rim is 80 km in diameter, and the bright crater rays extend for hundreds of kilometers. The object that impacted the surface to form this crater was probably between 4 and 8 km in diameter.
Date acquired: March 29, 2011
Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington