More Evidence of Liquid Erosion on Mars? - Universe Today
[/caption] Terby Crater, a 170-km-wide (100-mile-wide) crater located on the northern edge of the vast Hellas Planitia basin in Mars’ southern hemisphere, is edged by variable-toned layers of sedimentary rock – possibly laid down over millennia of submersion beneath standing water. This image (false-color) from the HiRISE camera aboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shows … Continue reading "More Evidence of Liquid Erosion on Mars?"
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