Lunar craters

Lunar craters are impact craters on Earth's Moon. The Moon's surface has many craters, all of which were formed by impacts. The International Astronomical Union currently recognizes 9,137 craters, of which 1,675 have been dated.[1]

The crater Webb, as seen from Lunar Orbiter 1. Several smaller craters can be seen in and around Webb.
Side view of the crater Moltke taken from Apollo 10.

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