Any chance that the first crater in the thread might be volcanic instead of impact? It looks too fresh to be volcanic, but the shape looks somewhat volcanic. Have we ever found evidence of recent volcanism on the Moon? I know they were hoping that Shorty crater was recent, but turned out otherwise, but I'm not sure if anything has actually been found or if they've pretty much concluded that there hasn't been any volcanism for a few billion years.
I'm not entirely sure what the current thinking is on recent volcanism, to the best of my knowledge the youngest volcanic rocks are dated to over a billion years. While that's in the last fifth of lunar history, few would consider that "recent," I think.
In terms of the crater in question, it does not look to have any volcanic features to me. As a broad rule of thumb, rayed craters on the moon are generally ~1-2 billion years or younger, and this one in particular looks very fresh. The central clear part of the floor looks very interesting and has some apparent cracks or grooves, but my initial inclination is that it is unlikely to be volcanic.
Of other interest, there appear to be quite a few bench craters around that main rayed crater.