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Vesta - Unusual bipolar crater
Image credit: NASA/ JPL-Caltech/ UCLA/ MPS/ DLR/ IDA

Uploader comment: BMarch 30, 2012/b The roughly 20-kilometer-diameter (12-mile-diameter) crater, named Helena, in the center of this image of Vesta has an interesting bipolar morphology. The left side of Helena crater has a fresh and distinctive rim.

   

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