A large sulfur I found today

July 16 2017
I found an interesting sulfur lump today between large rock located in the eastern hill of Crater I. The surfae is flat. It seemed that some one may, probably miners, picked it up and placed where I found it.

This sulfur lump has some rock fragments and an impact crater with crater rim on it. I suppose that the molten sulfur was blown at the crater in the explosion and flew onto a shallow hole on a large rock and this time the flat surface was made. And then rocks flew onto the sulfur when the sulfur was still hot and melted and created impact crater on the sulfur lump.



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