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Dickinson Crater

Dickinson Crater

This crater is 69 kilometers in diameter. The rocks blown into the air by the impact have created a jumbled ring and rays around the edges of the crater. There is less ejecta on the west side, so the meteor probably came in low from that direction.

Credit: NASA/JPL
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