posted on Oct, 6 2014 @ 08:51 PM
It seems to me that this is just the uplifted portion of the crater. They're called complex craters. They are usually more shallow than a traditional
crater, as they collapse around the rim. We cannot see the rest of the uplifted portion of the crater because it is in shadow, but it likely goes all
the way around the crater. I think that generally these uplifted portions are more towards the center, and not so broad, but I do not see why they
could not be this big. It seems like a much more likely explanation than a spacecraft.
@TinkerHaus: You didn't eat that penguin did you? Something tells me you did. Shame.
edit on 10/6/14 by JiggyPotamus because: (no reason