Left: Earth-based telescopic image                     Right: Apollo image
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Proclus (center) image by Cidadao
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Proclus is a polygonal crater with a sharped-edge outer wall, 28 km in diameter, 2400 m deep. A conspicuous center of an asymmetrical system of bright rays which radiate mostly in three directions. The darker Palus Somni is bordered by these rays.
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