This thread started out with an image of some formations that looked rather like a couple of pork chops. Other strange formations were found close by so the subject has been changed so we can capture other images from this crater in one place.
Hyginus crater is at the east end of Sinus Medii, and south of Mare Vaporum, the Sea of Vapours. It is a non-impact crater and was probably formed by volcanic action.
Its coordinates are - Longitude: 6.23 Latitude: 7.60
Apollo 19 was due to land in this crater but the mission was cancelled.
Hyginus crater lies along a long rille, called Rima Hyginus. The following image is from the LROC WMS Image site:
An interesting report (PDF format) titled "Magmatic Origin for Rima Hyginus" will be found here: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2010/pdf/1129.pdf
The following image was originally posted as "Pork Chop Hill".http://moonzoo.s3.amazonaws.com/v8/slices/000011796.jpg