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HiRISE: A sequence of beauty in Terby Crater

The north-facing wall of a moat-like depression in the middle of Terby Crater exposes a beautiful 400 meter-high sequence of light-toned, repetitive sedimentary layers. These deposits are often obscured by darker-toned patches of material as well as ripples and dunes. … Continue reading

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HiRISE: Lakebeds in Holden Crater

Holden Crater was once filled by at least two different lakes. The sediments deposited in those lakes are relatively light-toned where exposed, as we see in this observation. Each layer represents a different point in time and perhaps a changing … Continue reading

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