This unnamed impact basin was seen for the first time during Messenger’s third flyby of Mercury. The outer diameter of the basin is approximately 160 miles. This basin has a double-ring structure common to basins with diameters larger than 125 miles. The floor of the basin consists of a smooth plain. Concentric troughs, formed by surface extension, are visible on the basin floor. Such troughs are rare on Mercury, and the discovery of such features is of great interest to Messenger's science team.