The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera's May 31 Image of the Day featured Anaxagoras, a crater located on the lunar far side. Visible in the image is the impact melt-covered floor. To learn why impact melts are exciting to lunar geologists and how the features of this particular crater formed, visit: http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/news/index.php?/archives/383-Impact-melt-in-Anaxagoras-crater.html#extended
Image: Boulders clustered on a positive relief bulge in an impact melt deposit on the floor of Anaxagoras crater (73.5°S, 349.7°E); most of the boulders are 10 - 30 m across. LROC NAC M155309869R, image width is 910 m [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].