It All Ends at Mercury's Limb
In this limb image of Mercury's southern hemisphere, the enormous Rembrandt basin is visible in the lower left; bright Amaral crater, above Rembrandt in this image, also stands out. Towards the middle of the image is Sher-Gil, a dark-haloed crater.
Date acquired: July 14, 2011
Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington