The 173-km-diameter Aksakov basin was named in 2012, and has a prominent peak ring that hosts multiple hollows. A large portion of its peak ring is missing, however, destroyed when the crater in this image was formed. But this crater has interesting features of its own, including wall slumps and hollows on its smooth floor.
Date acquired: February 12, 2013
Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington