On April 12th 2011 user JFincannon
posted an image of an amazing crater in the “Interesting terrain” thread on the Moon Zoo forum. The crater is on the farside and is unnamed but certainly is a wonderful sight! This is what is termed a Fresh White crater as it is relatively new and luna erosion hasn’t has enough time to darken the freshly excavated regolith (to learn more about erosion on the Moon see this thread: What causes erosion on the moon?
The ejecta from this crater appears to have a “feathery”, 3-dimensional texture and changes from white in the centre to dark grey at the edges, graduating through much of the greyscale on the way. It’s worthwhile looking at the LROC image strip and zooming in on sections of the ejecta.
Approximate coordinates = Latitude: 34.2 Longitude: 228.25 between farside craters Charlier
Image from Science Team member astrostu
showing the full ejecta blanket - image is georectified, mosaicked, and with a scale bar. North is towards the top of the image.