Morphological characteristics of lunar craters with moderate depth/diameter ratio. I (0.08<d/D<0.12)
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The morphological characteristics of craters, the depth/diameter ratio of which is between 0.08 and 0.12, are discussed. It is observed that craters having that moderate d/D ratio are, mainly, either small, presenting signs of degradation, or large young craters.
KeywordsMorphological Characteristic Present Sign Lunar Crater Young Crater
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