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Copernicus crater

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Published on Oct 23, 2014

iSALE hydrocode model of the formation of the lunar crater copernicus by 7 km asteroid impacting at 10 km/s. Copernicus is large enough to collapse forming a complex crater with a central peak. [Yue, Z., Johnson, B. C., et al. Projectile remnants in central peaks of lunar impact craters. Nature Geosciences 6, 435-437 (2013).]

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