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This view from LRO shows the rim of Chaplygin crater, where a smaller, fresher crater still shows its blanket of bright material thrown out by the impact.
LRO data also revealed this very young impact crater in the moon's Balmer basin.
A fresh 12-metre impact crater and its dark ejecta are seen on the lunar surface in an image taken by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.