Figure 139

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In this oblique view of Euler some details are shown that are not visible in figures  137  and  138. Note, for example, the ledges (L) of bedrock cropping out along the south wall and the low terraces (~ at the points of contact between the slump masses and the floor. They may be aprons of debris or "bathtub rings" of lava like those shown earlier in figure  69. This oblique viewing angle also enhances the polygonal outline of Euler's rim crest and the size and ruggedness of the huge masses that have slumped from the walls.   -G.G.S.

Report Source: NASA SP-362, Page 141, Figure 139

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