@universe_dope This insane image shows a double crater on #Mars, from an altitude of 250.0 km or 155.4 miles!
It doesn’t have a name yet, so drop your suggestions in the comments!
• This image shows a remarkable double crater with a shared rim and North-South trending ejecta deposits. These two craters must have formed simultaneously. Image approx. 4km across)
• The bolide may have consisted of two objects of the same mass that were loosely connected, perhaps similar to comet 103P/Hartley 2, which the Deep Impact spacecraft (EPOXI mission) encountered on 4 November 2010.
Via @NASA / @NASAJPL / University of Arizona