[PPS08-P08] Geological map of Mare Smythii based on the SELENE observation data
In this study, I focused on Mare Smythii, which is located at 2°S, 87°E on the Moon. The surface of Mare Smythii is covered only by one lava flow, which erupted ~3.14 Ga ago [Hiesinger et al., 2010]. According to the SELENE/Lunar Radar Sounder observation, the several subsurface boundaries were founded in Mare Smythii [Ono et al., 2009; Kobayashi et al., 2014]. The part of subsurface boundary outcropped on Mare Smythii, so we concluded that the surface of Mare Smythii was composed of two lava flows at least; the subsurface information succeeded in updating the geological map of Mare Smythii. In the presentation, I will report the preliminary geological map of Mare Smythii.