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Sorry, I'm getting a little carried away here. Ha! Don't know why particularly, but Bullialdus is one or my favorite craters to observe in my telescope, Ron
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starsplitter said ...

4 May 2015

Here is a nice oblique view. Sorry I don't know the source of the image. Apollo 16? Has the look of LROC about it though.

moon%20crater_0.jpg

Ron

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starsplitter said ...

4 May 2015

Article about discovery of magmatic water on the central peak of Bullialdus crater.

http://scitechdaily.com/scientists-detect-magmatic-water-in-bullialdus-crater-on-the-moon/

Ron

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starsplitter said ...

4 May 2015

Wikipedia article on magmatice water:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magmatic_water

If I understand it correctly, and I'm not sure I do, but the magmatic water on Bullialdus' central peak was brought up from deep within the Moon when the central peak rebounded from the projectile impact. This gives us a small look at the composition of the lower layers of the Moon's crust. Please some one correct me if I'm wrong.

Ron

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starsplitter said ...

4 May 2015

An LROC WAC color test image of Bullialdus crater:

http://bit.ly/1bXwNjm

Ron

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starsplitter said ...

4 May 2015

This is a Clementine color ratio of Bullialdus crater:

http://bit.ly/1bsZjc7


Sorry, I'm getting a little carried away here. Ha! Don't know why particularly, but Bullialdus is one of my favorite craters to observe in my telescope.

Ron

--Starsplitter (talk)