Arago Crater And Arago Domes
Taken by Raffaello Lena on May 10, 2019 @ Rome Italy
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Date Taken: 2019:05:11 10:47:58
 
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To the north of Arago lie two known lunar domes Arago α (termed A2) and Arago β (termed A3). These two large domes A2 and A3 formed during several stages of effusion, representing non-monogetic domes. The other smaller domes in Arago show lower flank slopes. Steady sky for this image made on May 10 2019 from Rome.
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