Marius Hills Volcanic Constructs
Taken by Raffaello Lena on May 16, 2019 @ Rome Italy
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Date Taken: 2019:05:18 11:50:21
 
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The Marius hills region in the Oceanus Procellarum consists of large numbers of lunar domes which formed as a result of multiple volcanic outbreaks. In the proposed CCD image we can see several lunar domes with summit features. Some of these domes are quite smooth and low, while others are more rugged and heavily cratered. Mak Cassegrain 18 cm from Rome. Let me suggest for future return on the moon of astronauts to select this region.
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