rim and inner wall

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  • Several small craterlets lie along the rim and inner wall, particularly along the western side.
  • A joined pair of small craters lie across the southern rim and inner wall.
  • Several small, bowl-shaped craters lay across the eastern rim and inner wall.
  • There are only a few small craterlets along parts of the rim and inner wall.
  • A small crater lies along the western rim and inner wall.
  • One of these lies attached to the inner side of the rim and inner wall, extending part way across the floor.
  • There are clefts in the northern and southern parts of the rim and inner walls.
  • The rim and inner wall to the north is less prominent, and is incised along the inner edge.
  • The most recent of these impacts are several small, cup-shaped craters along the eastern rim and inner wall and floor.
  • The rim and inner wall are more prominent to the west and north, while it forms only a shallow ridge to the southeast.
  • A cluster of small craters lie across the south-southwest rim and inner wall.
  • A small chain of craters cuts across the rim and inner wall to the west-northwest.
  • A number of smaller, worn impact craters lie along the remainder of the rim and inner wall.
  • It has a circular, sharp-edged rim and inner walls that slope down to the small interior floor.
  • The flooded remains of a crater intrudes part way into the rim and inner wall along the south-southeastern section.
  • The rim and inner walls are rounded from impact erosion, and have lost some definition.
  • The remainder of the rim and inner wall is somewhat irregular.
  • This crater is bowl-shaped, with a circular rim and inner walls that slope down to the small central floor.
  • This crater has undergone some erosion, and several small craters lie across the rim and inner wall.
  • Along the eastern side is a long, dagger-shaped gash that cuts through the rim and inner wall to reach the interior floor.
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