Figure 89

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A few volcanic craters lie in a field of impact craters in Oceanus Procellarum, northwest of the Aristarchus plateau. Three in number, the volcanic structures are easily recognized by their high rims, planar slopes, and
elongate shape. They are clearly embayed and partly buried by mare basalt, and thus are older than the mare plain surrounding them.   -D.H.S.

Report Source: NASA SP-362, Page 98 , Figure 89

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