LAMO image 34 has been released to the JPL Photojournal.
LAMO 34 shares many features with LAMO 29 and others that are just to the northwest. Ejected material from a crater just out of the imaged region, on the right, appears to be draped over much of the lower portion of the imaged region, giving an overall, smooth appearance to the terrain. The visible crater on the right appears to be rather old, due to the presence of a high number of regionally large interior basin impacts, and the degree of mass-wasting around the rim.
|LAMO 34 - PIA20388|
|Imaging Map (2016-02-25)|
|LAMO 29 / LAMO 34 comparison|