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This is the first close up image of dwarf's planet Pluto's Moon Charon. The fist thing to note that is how few craters there are, while there are some they are relatively few in number. There is some evidence of surface cracking but since a crater cuts across one of the lines it is not a result of current geological activity.
In the upper left hand corner is mountain coming up from depression suggesting the freezing of an underlying fluid following an impact. The lack of craters in this depression but the presence of surrounding craters shows that it is younger than the surrounding terrain. However the fewness of the craters in this area shows it to be fairly young.