Difference between revisions of "Talk:June 15, 2015"

From LPOD
Jump to: navigation, search
(Comment provided by starsplitter - via ArticleComments extension)
 
(Comment provided by chuck Wood - via ArticleComments extension)
Line 7: Line 7:
 
The glacis seems abnormally large. It's probably because of the sharp boundaries from the Imbrium lavas and the filling of the crater that gives that impression. It just gives one the feeling of being abnormal as compared to other craters. That and the fact that the Imbrium lava is 300 m lower than the crater fill, and the rim is 400 m above the filled  crater floor. Strange.
 
The glacis seems abnormally large. It's probably because of the sharp boundaries from the Imbrium lavas and the filling of the crater that gives that impression. It just gives one the feeling of being abnormal as compared to other craters. That and the fact that the Imbrium lava is 300 m lower than the crater fill, and the rim is 400 m above the filled  crater floor. Strange.
 
Ron
 
Ron
 +
</comment>
 +
== chuck Wood said ... ==
 +
 +
<comment date="2015-06-16T00:19:58Z" name="chuck Wood" signature="[[User:Chuck|Chuck]] ([[User talk:Chuck|talk]])">
 +
Glacis - I like that 19th century word.
 
</comment>
 
</comment>

Revision as of 17:19, 15 June 2015

Comments on "June 15, 2015"


starsplitter said ...

15 June 2015

The glacis seems abnormally large. It's probably because of the sharp boundaries from the Imbrium lavas and the filling of the crater that gives that impression. It just gives one the feeling of being abnormal as compared to other craters. That and the fact that the Imbrium lava is 300 m lower than the crater fill, and the rim is 400 m above the filled crater floor. Strange.

Ron

--Starsplitter (talk)

chuck Wood said ...

16 June 2015

Glacis - I like that 19th century word.

--Chuck (talk)