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Home Another example of hollows in Tyagaraja, a crater 97 km in diameter. (Courtesy of Science/AAAS) Another example of hollows in Tyagaraja, a crater 97 km in diameter. (Courtesy of Science/AAAS)

Another example of hollows in Tyagaraja, a crater 97 km in diameter. (Courtesy of Science/AAAS)

Another example of hollows in Tyagaraja, a crater 97 km in diameter. (Courtesy of Science/AAAS)

Another example of hollows in Tyagaraja, a crater 97 km in diameter. (Courtesy of Science/AAAS)

Hollows inside the Raditladi impact basin. (Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington)
A fresh 15-km-diameter impact crater. Hollows are present on a section of the crater wall that has slid partway down toward the floor. (Courtesy of Science/AAAS)