Nechos Terraces
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Necho's Terraces

December 4, 2012
Necho is a Copernican-aged, 30-km complex crater located in the far side highlands at 5°S, 123°E. Necho displays beautiful terraced walls, which formed as a large section of the wall slumped into the crater interior shortly after the impact event. Closeup view of the spectacular western terrace of Necho crater. NAC image M134388215R; scene width is 660 m. Credit: NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University
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