Juling Crater wide view

Juling Crater wide view
Juling Crater wide view The flight team made a special effort in XMO6 to observe Juling Crater, shown above and to the left of the larger Kupalo Crater which is near the center of this photograph taken on May 25 from an altitude of 855 miles (1,380 kilometers). Juling has been the target of many prior observations as well. It is particularly interesting because it is the site of the only changes yet identified on Ceres during Dawn's investigations there. Juling is at 36°S. The picture is oriented with north at the top, showing that the northern wall, where ice accumulated in 2016, is in shade. Full image and caption. NASA / JPL-Caltech / UCLA / MPS / DLR / IDA

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