Well, no, really it's Roger Bacon, famous Frier. Er, Friar. Anyway, the crater gives the impression of being distended on the western side, and convinces me this is a fair example of a somewhat oblique hit. The rumpling toward the west, along with the thicker ejecta blanket (almost nonexistent to the east) is fairly convincing. I decided to try to hunt for some secondary craters, but the south is such a mess that I had little luck. Also, this is probably a moderately old crater, so much of the "evidence" may be rubble by now.
|Moon-Lite Atlas for chart 74|