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Tag Archives: Cerberus Fossae
Planetary Geomorphology Image of the Month, October 31, 2015: Lionel Wilson (Lancaster University, UK) and Peter Mouginis-Mark (University of Hawaii). Image 1 shows a distinctive flow deposit southwest of the Cerberus Fossae on Mars. The flow source is a ~20 … Continue reading
These trenches or “fossae” are about a kilometer (0.62 miles) across. This area shows where two segments have joined up and are close to a third section. The fossae are probably areas where the surface has collapsed down into voids … Continue reading
Visible in this observation is a section of Cerberus Fossae (width approximately 250 meters), which are comprised of a series of rifts present located in Elysium Planitia just north the Martian equator. The fossae (Latin plural for a “ditch” or … Continue reading
Up close and personal in Cerberus Fossae. Beautiful Mars series.
Eroded scarps in Cerberus Fossae. Beautiful Mars series.
Beautiful Mars series: Geologic structures near Cerberus Fossae. More Beautiful Mars images.
THEMIS Image of the Day, January 24, 2014. The fractures in this VIS image are part of a large system of fractures called Cerberus Fossae. Athabasca Valles is visible in the lower right corner of the image.
The linearity of the volcanic vent shown in this HiRISE image, in conjunction with evidence of lava flow from the vent, suggests control by combined volcano-tectonic processes…. [More at link]