Unnamed crater SouthWest of crater Toharu
This HAMO public image, HO-40, is noteworthy for... nothing. After the formation of the unnamed 100Km crater in the center and subsequent impact cratering scattered about this area has lain virtually undisturbed for aeons-- no hydrothermal activity, no tectonic activity and, with the exception of the mass-wasting event from the creation of a 25Km crater on the NW rim, no major slumpages. Looking closely, there are a few faint grabens (extensional faulting) which are a result of a crustal plate relaxing on top of a lower crust or upper mantle.
This spot is a prime example of an undisturbed area and contrasts very nicely with the other images in this traverse series across crater Toharu. Good work, Dawn Team.
A companion image of this crater is PIA19888, HO-12 which shows the area under different lighting and another perspective.