crater cone

crater cone

[′krād·ər ‚kōn]
(geology)
A cone built around a volcanic vent by lava extruded from the vent.
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Not really understanding how craters formed, early Moon mappers demonstrated their scientific mettle by classifying craters into types with a plethora of different names: walled plains, mountain rings, ringed plains, crater plains, craters, craterlets, crater cones, crater pits, obscure rings, and depressions.