Originally posted by thepupils
Cool find! Very odd shape in the crater. I find it hard that N.A.S.A would release pics. these days without mandatory airbrushing of anomalies. The left side of the crater is what caught my eye. The levels that stack up like a step pyramid, look like there is mining being done. Looks as if dirt or ore is being dumped down the levels and it's going down the path toward the crater that has something odd in the center. Reminds me of that book by George H. Lenord "Somebody Else Is On The Moon" where he talks about mining going on. Very odd.
Since impactites consist primarily of deformed terrestrial material (sometimes containing small preserved remnants of the original meteorite) they are predominantly a product of the target rock present at the time of impact. Sand can melt into impact glasses such as Libyan Desert Glass and Darwin Glass; rocks may be shattered and compressed into breccias such as suevite that contain minerals formed at high pressure
Maybe for you, but not for me.
Originally posted by Absco
It's like when people saw the "face" on mars.