A Crater with a Blueberry Center
This color image of an unnamed rayed crater shows bright rays radiating from the crater, which has a distinctly blue center. A number of rayed craters have been seen on Mercury, with the longest rays coming from Hokusai. The rays are usually observed from geologically young craters and vary in shape and size. This crater has rays extending up to 200km (124miles) away from the crater.
Date acquired: February 06, 2012
Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington