Earth-based telescopic image                      Cropped Lunar Orbiter image
Larger version of above by Cidadao
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Cassini is a very unique and easily recognized. It is a flooded crater, 57 km wide and 1240 meters deep located in the  NE quadrant . The craters within are designated Cassina A (17 km) and Cassini B. Cassini A has a very interesting shape, itself. Both images are cropped but with just enough of the Promontory Agassi at the tops to show Cassini's location in Section 12. 
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