Date: March 1, 2013
Moretus is one of my favorite craters to atrofotografia.
Moretus is a prominent impact crater located in the heavily-cratered highland region near the south pole. South of Moretus is Short crater, while to the north is Cysatus. Due to the location near the lunar limb, the crater appears oblong because of foreshortening. The rim of the crater has a wide, terraced inner wall, and a complex outer rampart. The floor has been partly resurfaced and is relatively flat. In the middle is a central mountain formation that rises about 2.1 kilometers above the surrounding floor
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