Lat: 9.8°N, Long: 11.1°E, Length: 40 km, Depth: km, Rükl: 34
- An interesting oblique southward looking view of Rimae Boscovich is Apollo 17's Fairchild camera frame AS17-M-1668, because that photograph shows the eastern inner shadowed slope of the main rille very well! (in this frame, Boscovich's location is not far from the centre of the curved horizon).
- Research Danny Caes
The appearance of Boscovich with the curious system of rilles on its flat floor looks kind of "cracked"; it's as if a dark frozen lake was hit by something of a violent nature.
There seems to be some sort of difference in height at the southern part of the large north-south running rille. In this southern section, the western part of Boscovich's floor looks a little lower than the eastern part. How would it look like on the surface, as seen by astronaut's eyes, or by a pair of 3D-Stereo camera eyes on an unmanned rover...
- DannyCaes Mar 17, 2013
See the LRO's High Resolution view of Rimae Boscovich on page Boscovich.
Within crater. (Boscovich)
A Russian Masterpiece (Boscovich with Rimae Boscovich on its floor, near the upper margin of the frame).