This crater lip — in the mare south of Apollo 14 — can only be called “awesome” – mercutin
# ID: AMZ4000b8o
# Latitude: -4.79051°
# Longitude: 342.43°
I downloaded the LRO strip containing the crater and extracted the following image:
from strip: M102265088LC
The crater is called Fra Mauro D and is “a thermal anomaly crater” according to Moore et al 1980 (not Patrick Moore). It is about 5 km in diameter.
There is some very well defined dendritic filament-like debris flow on the crater wall, just what we are looking for in the TLP Project – The Landslides of Birt / Gullies project.
Unfortunately I wasn’t able to find an adjoining strip so it appears we only have half of this crater in LRO.
This NASA article has a picture of the Fra Mauro D crater: Apollo 14 Landing Site