The Bubble Crater
This WAC image features a series of three smaller craters to the left of a larger crater. The southernmost of the three features a sharp rim, which suggests it is the youngest of the group. The interior of this crater has a somewhat unusual rounded "bubble-like" mass of slump material around its interior circumference, whereas the two other craters and the large crater at the right edge have flat floors, having been filled in with smooth material. The large crater has a small remaining central peak that rises above the surroundings.
Date acquired: February 02, 2012
Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington