Aristoteles
                           Earth-based telescopic image                             Lunar Orbiter image
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Larger version of Aristoteles by Legault, rotated 90  at  pole_m.jpg
Full-sized version of Lunar Orbiter image
 LO4-104H1
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Brief
A beautiful ring mountain 87 km in diameter in Section 5  (NE quadrant) has internal terracing. There is a group of small cenral peaks on its floor. Outside radial structure is clearly visible in the ejecta blanket. Aristoteles is one of a prominent pair with the crater Eudoxus in Section 13.
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Other Lunar Orbiter images
http://cass.jsc.nasa.gov/research/lunar_orbiter/img/4-92H1.jpg
http://cass.jsc.nasa.gov/research/lunar_orbiter/img/4-98H3.jpg
 http://cass.jsc.nasa.gov/research/lunar_orbiter/img/4-110H3.jpg
 http://cass.jsc.nasa.gov/research/lunar_orbiter/img/4-103H3.jpg
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For the latest information and images regarding this section, including Apollo Hasselblad (H), Metric (M), and Panoramic (P) images, go to:
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