I like to think of the Moon as being entirely different from the Earth, but LRO keeps reminding me we do share some features! This picture shows a landslide down the wall of a crater called Marius. The grey slopes of the crater are clearly disturbed by debris as they ran down, leaving brighter streaks behind.
What could have caused this? A more recent impact jarring the Moon? A moonquake? At the moment that's not clear. But it does give scientists a view of both the surface and what lies just below, so features like this are a bonus.
Also? It's just so cool!
Original post: LRO sees a landslide