Marius Domes

 
 The Marius Hills complex represents the largest concentration of volcanic features on the Moon.  Over 250 volcanic domes are found here along with sinuous rilles, as well as some roughly cone shaped positive relief features that previous scientific investigations of the region have suggest are composed of pyroclastic materials.

Marius is the largest crater shown (25 miles diameter  The small crater in Marius is about 2 miles across.

Image taken September 21, 2010 at 10:37 pm CDT, the Moon was 98.7% illuminated (13.7 days)

16-in Jones-Bird telescope with 2.5X Powermate (5,000 mm), Canon T1i camera, processed in Registax 5.
Marius Hills complex represents the largest concentration of volcanic features on the Moon. Over 250 volcanic domes are found here, along with sinuous rilles, as well as some steeper-sided, roughly cone-shaped positive relief features that previous scientific investigations of the region have suggested are composed of pyroclastic materials. the Marius Hills complex represents the largest concentration of volcanic features on the Moon. Over 250 volcanic domes are found here, along with sinuous rilles, as well as some steeper-sided, roughly cone-shaped positive relief features that previous scientific investigations of the region have suggested are composed of pyroclastic materials. Marius Hills complex represents the largest concentration of volcanic features on the Moon. Over 250 volcanic domes are found here, along with sinuous rilles, as well as some steeper-sided, roughly cone-shaped positive relief features that previous scientific investigations of the region have suggested are composed of pyroclastic materials. the Marius Hills complex represents the largest concentration of volcanic features on the Moon. Over 250 volcanic domes are found here, along with sinuous rilles, as well as some steeper-sided, roughly cone-shaped positive relief features that previous scientific investigations of the region have suggested are composed of pyroclastic materials. the Marius Hills complex represents the largest concentration of volcanic features on the Moon. Over 250 volcanic domes are found here, along with sinuous rilles, as well as some steeper-sided, roughly cone-shaped positive relief features that previous scientific investigations of the region have suggested are composed of pyroclastic materials. the Marius Hills complex represents the largest concentration of volcanic features on the Moon. Over 250 volcanic domes are found here, along with sinuous rilles, as well as some steeper-sided, roughly cone-shaped positive relief features that previous scientific investigations of the region have suggested are composed of pyroclastic materials. the Marius Hills complex represents the largest concentration of volcanic features on the Moon. Over 250 volcanic domes are found here, along with sinuous rilles, as well as some steeper-sided, roughly cone-shaped positive relief features that previous scientific investigations of the region have suggested are composed of pyroclastic materials. the Marius Hills complex represents the largest concentration of volcanic features on the Moon. Over 250 volcanic domes are found here, along with sinuous rilles, as well as some steeper-sided, roughly cone-shaped positive relief features that previous scientific investigations of the region have suggested are composed of pyroclastic materials. 
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