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Image of Bullialdus by Takahashi
Full-sized version of Lunar Orbiter image LO4-125H1
Bullialdus is one of the most attractive lunar craters in the  NE quadrant, a very prominent crater with terraced walls and central peaks. It is 61 km wide and 3510 m deep. Bullialdus has an interesting radial structure on the outside. Bullialdus is the large crater in the center left, and the large crater at the top right.
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