The largest crater in this image is superimposed by three different craters that each have central peaks. The largest of these superimposed craters is overlapped by one of the others, creating a small crater partially inside another which in turn has another smaller crater partially inside it. Much of Mercury's surface is heavily cratered so overlapping craters can be seen in many places, including the areas around Camoes crater.
Date acquired: July 13, 2011
Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington