craterlet


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cra·ter·let

 (krā′tər-lĭt)
n.
A small crater.

craterlet

(ˈkreɪtəlɪt)
n
(Physical Geography) a small crater
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Thereas nothing gentle about impact at these speeds a itas just a question of whether LADEE made a localized craterlet on a hillside or scattered debris across a flat area.
He said there's nothing gentle about impact at these speeds-it's just a question of whether LADEE made a localized craterlet on a hillside or scattered debris across a flat area.
There's nothing gentle about impact at these speeds - it's just a question of whether LADEE made a localized craterlet on a hillside or scattered debris across a flat area.
Further structural changes were reported in the 'twin' craters Messier and Messier A, while the floor of Plato was suspected of being susceptible to mists and outgassings that obscured from time to time the small craterlets visible upon it.