The crater Tycho .. discovered by Tycho Brahe The crater Copernicus
Mare (MAH-ray) is volcanic rock deposits of basalt on the moon
Crater Lake formed after Mount Mazama, a volcano, collapsed during a cataclysmic eruption.
Crater lake formed when Mount Mazama produced an extremely large eruption and collapsed to form a caldera. The caldera then filled with water.
A mare is different from an crater because mare means "sea" because it looks like there was once a huge sea there but it is really hardened lava. a crater is from an impact from a meteorite
No, not at all.
Mare Serenitatis,(a big crater) and mare crislum (another rather large crater) there are also lots of other craters on the moon.
Tycho was first before mare nubium
Mare Ingenii, the Sea of Cleverness.
A mare is flat and a crater is round. A lunar mare (lunar maria is plural) are large flat plains on the surface of the moon that were made from volcanic eruptions. Craters on the other hand, are depressions in a surface that were caused by the impact of an object in the surface of the moon such as a meteor. Craters on a lunar mare are often used to help determine how long ago the volcanic eruptions occurred.
A lunar mare is Latin for sea. The dark and relatively featureless lunar plains are called seas, because ancient observers thought they contained water. Hence why they are called "seas".
Mare Imbrium, Latin for "Sea of Showers" or "Sea of Rains", is a vast lunar mare. It was created when lava flooded a giant crater that formed when a massive object hit the Moon.See realted link for more information.
A crater is at the top of the central vent in most volcanoes and is funnel-shaped, and is already made, a caldera is a magma chamber that supplied material to the volcano until it empties and the roof collapses.
No. Copernicus crater is an impact crater.
It is the crater.