See also Morio Higashida's image of Aristotles.
When the interior is only half lit, the central peaklets and interior ruts are highly visible and extremely interesting.
Just north of Aristotles, a combination of rises and craters -- notably A & B -- formed an almost perfect "S" shape. The Lunar Snake! Glances at maps are inconclusive as to whether they are hills or domes; their location makes either fairly likely: they could be ejecta blobs, domes formed from the stresses of impact... beats me. Striking "asterism," though.
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