The Southern Wall of Stravinsky
The structure running across the center of this image is the southern wall of the 190-kilometer diameter crater Stravinsky. Numerous small craters pepper the scene. One small crater in particular, near the westernmost extent of the image, appears to have some darker material streaming down the wall. That small crater is approximately 170 meters in diameter, which is slightly less than the length of two football fields.
Date acquired: April 02, 2012
Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington