rim and inner wall

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  • The small satellite crater Meitner C lies across the rim and inner wall to the northeast.
  • A chain of three small craters lies across the western rim and inner wall, and a crater cuts across the eastern rim.
  • The remainder of the rim is worn, with a pair of small craterlets along the northern rim and inner wall.
  • Much of the original structure of the rim and inner walls have been worn down, but only three small craters lie along the rim edge to the southwest.
  • The rim and inner wall can still be followed across the surface, but it is indented and notched by smaller impacts.
  • The rim and inner wall has been eroded and worn by countless minor impacts since the original formation of the crater.
  • Several small craters lie along the outer rim and inner wall, with an attached pair forming a cleft in the western rim.
  • The rim and inner wall has been worn and rounded by impacts, although only a few tiny craters lie across the rim.
  • Multiple small craters lie across the rim and inner wall, leaving a ring-shaped formation of ridges in the lunar terrain.
  • The rim and inner wall have not been significantly eroded, and there are no craterlets of note along the rim.
  • The interior surface is marked by a number of tiny craterlets and dimples, as is the rim and inner wall.
  • A triple cluster of small craters lies across the northern rim and inner wall, and there are small craterlets along the southern rim.
  • This is a worn crater with a rim and inner wall that have been softened and have lost the sharp features of a young crater.
  • This is a worn and eroded crater formation with an irregular rim and inner wall due to multiple small impacts.
  • A merged pair of small craters cuts across the northwestern rim and inner wall, and another craterlet lies along the southeast rim.
  • There are a few tiny craterlets along the rim and inner wall, the most notable being a crater at the base of the inner northeast rim.
  • The outer rim of Casatus is old and worn, with many tiny impacts along the rim and inner wall.
  • The rim and inner wall have been somewhat worn by impact erosion, but are not overlaid by any impacts of significance.
  • This crater has undergone steady erosion from minor impacts, so that the features along the rim and inner wall have become softened and rounded.
  • The rim and inner wall of Numerov has undergone considerable erosion, and much of the eastern side is pock-marked by small craterlets.
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