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HiRISE: Grjota Valles

Grjotá Valles. Grjotá Valles is one of Mars’ four Amazonian-aged, fissure-headed, catastrophic flood channels. It originates at the northwestern-most Cerberus Fossa and stretches several hundred kilometers eastward and southward. HiRISE Picture of the Day archive [More at links]

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Boulder trails suggest possible recent marsquakes

[Editor’s note: From a paper by Jason Brown and Gerald Roberts co-authors recently published in the Journal of Geophysical Research.] Possible evidence for variation in magnitude for marsquakes from fallen boulder populations, Grjota Valles, Mars Boulder trail populations were measured … Continue reading

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