Schickard
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Larger version of above by Zerbe
schickard010601.jpg
Full-sized version of Lunar Orbiter image
LO4-160H2
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Brief
At left is an Earth-based image by Craig Zerbe.  Schickard is the elongated crater in shadow at the upper left. At right is a fantastically detailed overhead Lunar Orbiter image showing Schickard in its full glory.  North is up. A large walled plain, Schickard is 134 miles in diameter, but with low walls averaging only 4,500 feet. The highest peaks rise 9,500 feet on the east and 8,380 feet on the south. The shaded interior has a triangular dark patch on the north-east, with remarkably sharp boundaries. There is another on the north and a third near the west wall.
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Other Lunar Orbiter images
 http://cass.jsc.nasa.gov/research/lunar_orbiter/img/4-167H2.jpg
 http://cass.jsc.nasa.gov/research/lunar_orbiter/img/4-155H2.jpg
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