Claritas Fossae on Mars - Universe Today
This is an image of the Claritas Fossae region on the surface of Mars. The photograph was taken by ESA's Mars Express spacecraft, and shows a region approximately 200 km x 1150 km (125 miles by 715 miles). The area is located roughly south-east of the Tharsis volcano group, and shows evidence of ancient tectonic and volcanic activity, as well as many meteor strikes.
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