Photo M0401833

There appears to be an indistinct face in the crater.

Look how the side curves as it joins the crater. The hill joins perfectly to the crater wall, even though it is supposed to be made of rubble thrown up by the impacting meteor.  This side is even more pronounced. One can see how the hillside smoothly curves to connect with the crater wall, and how the crater wall is very thin and running into the side of the hill. If this is in fact a meteor impact crater some kilometers in diameter one would expect the impact to be something like the Tunguska impact in Russia, and so surely it would have made some damage to this hill.