The crater Apollodorus has received quite a bit of attention from scientists because it sits within the Caloris Basin and on top of the prominent Pantheon Fossae. This image is particularly interesting because it shows the variations in composition as a result of the impact. The dark blue material in Apollodorus was excavated from depth as the crater formed.
Date acquired: December 09, 2012
Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington